To be sustainable, construction businesses should consider environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors alongside financial factors before making any investment decisions.
ESG has become more of a priority in both the corporate and investment communities as businesses try to integrate sustainability into their strategies and create meaningful change that benefits everyone.
As a result, many investors have become more purposeful about sustainability and consistently incorporate ESG factors into the investment process alongside traditional financial analysis.
Sustain Quality route to ESG
At Sustain Quality, we understand the unique and complex sustainability challenges within the built environment.
We’ll work within your organisation to plan and execute a successful sustainability strategy by quantifying your carbon baselines and identifying potential solutions.
Sustain Quality will be there at every stage of your sustainability journey, helping you to reduce and track your emissions while measuring progress and steering your strategy forward continuously.
Our approach helps you to target all kinds of emissions that your company creates; known as Scope 1, 2 and 3. These scopes cover greenhouse gas emissions, indirect emissions, and any other emissions that you’re responsible for along your value chain.
Our route to ESG in three steps: