Assess your company's climate-related impacts and mitigate and/or offset them. As a business, there are a number of steps you can take to reduce your carbon footprint. Reducing your carbon footprint is no different from starting any other important business initative. If your organization implements some of the steps discussed by author David Bennell, steps can be taken to reduce carbon footprint and save money.
- Carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases…stay in the atmosphere for hundreds…or even thousands of years.…For most of the Earth's history,…these greenhouse gases were produced…by the natural systems of the planet,…and have been in balance.…With the advent of the Industrial Age,…higher concentrations of these gases have been produced,…and created a greenhouse effect,…which has led to higher temperatures,…higher sea levels, and shifts in global weather patterns.…A recent survey of major US corporations…showed that 89% were taking action…related to climate change.…
Many are driven by pressure from the investment community.…They seek to set and achieve greenhouse gas…reduction goals that will improve the company's…energy, production, and transportation practices,…and better position the company…for strategic growth in an uncertain and perhaps…uncharted future.…As a business, there are a number of steps…you can take to reduce your carbon footprint.…Reducing your carbon footprint…is no different from starting any other…
Last, he helps you figure out where to find resources to help track key metrics, assess your company's carbon footprint, and improve your environmental, social, and governance (ESG) practices.
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- Learn how to build a reputation as a company focused on sustainability.
- Discover how to manage supply chains more responsibly and effectively.
- Identify meaningful goals.
- Identify the distinctions between supply chains and value chains.