Do you want to align your business with your values, but aren’t sure how to get started or what the best practices are for sustainability?
If so, you’re not alone. I hear this from many small businesses.
While you could engage in one-off projects, doing a few things here and there, taking a more systematic approach will generally help you to develop your sustainability program more quickly and efficiently.
The best way to do this is with a comprehensive sustainability assessment for your business that will help you to evaluate areas where you’re already doing well along with opportunities for improvement.
It will assess your company’s operations against best practices in a wide range of areas, including governance, employee benefits & engagement, waste reduction, resource conservation, carbon footprint & toxics reduction, product development & life cycle, supply chain & procurement, and giving back. These areas represent the key impacts that companies are working to improve upon at this time.
After completing the assessment, you’ll receive a 5-year sustainability action plan with specific recommendations for developing and improving your sustainability program. The plan will include clearly identified short-term, medium-term, and long-term initiatives that list the benefits of each project along with resources and examples.
With your sustainability action plan, you will have a roadmap to help you run a better business, to join a global movement of companies using business as a force for good and harnessing the power of capitalism to create a better world for all.
If you’re interested in finding out what your opportunities are for improving your sustainability practices and getting a roadmap for your team, please fill out the form below.