Sustainability is the ability to meet the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. This is the definition of sustainability as created by the United Nations World Commission on Environment and Development.
A Common Sense Approach to Sustainability. Can you do well doing good? There's a great deal of discussion and even some confusion as to what sustainability means but it is often heard in the executive suite. We like the definition above as it clarifies that sustainabilty isn't about being "less bad" it's about "being thoroughly good." In fact many regard "sustainability" as the new "quality" initiative. While now, our manner delivering sustainabilty gives you a competitive advantage, soon, as was the case with quality initiatives, soon you'll have to implement sustainability as a competitive necessity. Discover that sustainabilty isn't about meeting regulations, or "environmental issues". It's a business strategy to increase value in balance among your people, your processes and the planet. It does in fact make more green, in the environment, and in your wallet. If you've heard that sustainability is hard, or expensive, please take a moment to review the material below, sign up for more of our free content, or contact us today to discuss how you can get the competitive advantages of common sense sustainability for your business or organization.
Remember, we don't inherit the Earth from our parents, we borrow it from our children. You can do well, doing good.
A short but compelling read on how to do well doing good. Introduces the "triple win" of dramatically improved people, process and planet. Complete with probing questions on how you can assess and improve your own sustainability while ensuring future generations can do the same.
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