Picture a 9-month-old baby attempting to walk. She toddles a few steps, stumbles and falls. If she’s ready, curious and committed, she hoists herself up again. And again. This process takes time and effort.
In the same way, companies are finding their way in environmental sustainability. As consumers increasingly seek sustainable products and services, many businesses are making sustainable improvements to operations, reducing costs and inefficiencies while proving what’s good for the planet can be rewarding for business.
[pullquote align=right] Driving environmental results requires time, resources, stakeholder engagement and execution.[/pullquote]Lowering carbon emissions and implementing changes to drive measurable environmental results can be challenging. It requires a balance of time, resources, stakeholder involvement and execution. Most importantly, it requires collaboration across a number of groups.
From my experience, this process is less painful and more effective if you first identify what you know – and what you don’t know about…
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