The need for sustainable business practices is rapidly approaching a tipping point in many organisations. From large corporations to SME's, businesses are seeing the value of incorporating environmental awareness into their operations, business strategies and products. With the greater consumer environmental awareness businesses are being held more accountable for their sustainable actions. Companies are implementing business sustainability plans that target revenue as well as cost reduction, this is often done through:
A commitment to sustainability in future products and services.
Sustainable supply base that improves standards and stimulates product innovation.
Transparent environmental, social, and financial accounting and reporting.
These organizations are focusing on more than just cost and risk management. Business leaders recognize that their response to market pressures for sustainable business practices ultimately affects company profitability.
Sustainable Footprints is a global consultancy service, with clients from the UK to Brunei, we specialise in sustainable business practices for all businesses ranging from SME’s to Large Corporations. Our services include carbon accounting and management programmes, to CSR award submissions and behavioural change and training.
Sustainable Footprints aims to provide a quality bespoke service allowing its customers to rest assured that they are receiving the best possible service that stands up to external audit and leaves a legacy of good business practice.
Benefits of using Sustainable Footprints:
- Lower overheads allows for lower cost
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We have to change, not a little but radically. Not later, but now. Not with today’s business thinking but with a new set of skills. And we have to do this with energy. Stuart Rose, M&S, 2nd December 2010
The video below shows just one example of how industry and large corporations such as United Utilities are driving best practice by measuring and managing its Carbon Footprint and encouraging its supply chain to follow suit.