White Paper

How Sustainability & ESG Create Business Value

A guide for transitioning your organization to a low-carbon energy strategy

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In response to the escalating climate crisis, new environmental legislation, a global pandemic and the resulting financial crisis, business and financial leaders have been forced to rethink the fundamentals of mainstream business models, shifting their focus more keenly on environmental concerns and organizational resilience.

How Sustainability Empowers ESG

Most organizations are familiar with sustainability—the business programs, products, and practices that support environmental preservation, economic development and corporate social responsibility. But sustainability cannot be achieved in silo. Rather, it is a major influencer in an organization’s overall environmental, social and governance (ESG) practices. Sustainability intertwines with social and governance criteria. A renewable energy project, for example, overlaps with social values and outcomes, all of which are driven and supported by corporate governance. Therefore, focusing on sustainability empowers business resiliency and demonstrates corporate social responsibility.


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