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環境永續:企業策略性優先事項

How Environmental Sustainability Offers a Strategic Priority for Businesses

出版商 Guidehouse Insights (formerly Navigant Research) 商品編碼 907381
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 11 Pages
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環境永續:企業策略性優先事項 How Environmental Sustainability Offers a Strategic Priority for Businesses
出版日期: 2019年08月19日內容資訊: 英文 11 Pages
簡介

本報告研究企業的環境永續策略重要性,彙整企業對永續性興趣日益增加的因素、企業所需的變化、既有框架的重新設定、永續計畫的實行和運用課題、成功案例、高層和從業人員的角色等情報。

建議

推動企業對環境永續興趣的因素

  • 定義永續性
  • 利害相關者期望的改變:推動企業採用永續創製
  • 氣候相關風險是全球經營的威脅
  • 來自監管機構和NGO的壓力越來越大

實現永續目標所需的組織變革

  • 對高效節能技術的投資
  • 供應鏈影響評估和計畫發展
  • 重新定位行銷和銷售策略
  • 重新調整策略決策和框架

實施永續對策的組織行動

  • 高層領導和責任
  • 刺激利害相關者以實施永續對策
  • 達成永續目標的員工參與
  • 邁出第一步

圖表

  • 永續的三大支柱
目錄
Product Code: SI-CSOBP-19

In 2019, there is increased interest within organizations to become more environmentally sustainable. Corporate leaders face a host of pressures to implement sustainability initiatives. Consumers are more discerning of companies' dedication to sustainability and use it as a factor when making spending decisions. Investors are also becoming more environmentally-conscious, divesting from carbon emissions-intensive companies and investing in organizations with lower carbon footprints. In addition, an ever-expanding patchwork of regulations at the international, national, state, and local levels impose new demands on companies. More than ever, businesses have a significant strategic interest in reorienting their business strategy and operations to become more environmentally sustainable.

However, organizations still have difficulty incorporating sustainability into their strategy and operations. The reasons for this are threefold: First, many organizations do not have a clear understanding of environmental sustainability, making it difficult to set defined and measurable goals as well as a plan of action. Second, organizations do not hold senior executives accountable for achieving sustainability goals. Third, organizations are unable to effectively engage employees to enact sustainability initiatives. It will be crucial to solve these obstacles as companies strive toward sustainability.

This Navigant Research report identifies key barriers preventing companies from effectively operationalizing sustainability projects. It also provides examples of successful corporate environmentally sustainable practices. This includes discussion of technology, supply chain assessment, and marketing. The report outlines specific strategy recommendations for companies in the initial stages of implementing these initiatives.

Key Questions Addressed

  • What are the factors driving increased interest in corporate environmental sustainability?
  • What is the definition of sustainability?
  • What is a science-based target?
  • What corporate operations and processes would need to be modified to achieve sustainability goals?
  • What is an environmental, social, governance (ESG) framework?
  • How can companies engage employees to operationalize sustainability goals?
  • How can companies hold senior leadership accountable to achieve sustainability targets?

Who Needs This Report

  • Sustainability leaders
  • Corporations
  • Nongovernmental organizations
  • Investor community

Table of Contents

Spark

Context

Recommendations

Factors Driving Interest in Corporate Environmental Sustainability

  • Defining Sustainability
  • Changing Stakeholder Expectations Forces Companies to Adopt Sustainability Initiatives
  • Prevalence of Climate-Related Risks Threatens Global Operations
  • Increased Pressure from Regulatory Agencies and NGOs

Organizational Changes Required to Achieve Sustainability Goals

  • Investments in Energy Efficient Utility Technologies
  • Supply Chain Impact Assessment and Program Development
  • Reorienting Marketing and Sales Strategies
  • Recalibrating Strategic Decision-Making Frameworks

Organizational Approaches to Implementing Sustainability Measures

  • Holding Senior Leadership Accountable
  • Motivating Stakeholders to Implement Sustainability Measures
  • Engaging Employees to Be Partners in Sustainability Targets
  • Taking the First Steps

List of Charts and Figures

  • Three Pillars of Sustainability