For companies, it’s becoming increasingly important to define clear goals for sustainable development and to pursue them with suitable structures. This is not only crucial to successful long-term business development, but also to making a positive contribution to the community and society.
Anchoring sustainability firmly within the company and implementing it systematically in internal structures and processes calls for well-organized sustainability management.
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In these brief step-by-step instructions, we have summarized how the first steps in implementing sustainability management look.
1. Analyze the current situation:
Where are you now? Usually, more sustainability measures are available than previously assumed. Existing environmental management often forms an optimal basis. From sustainable products to sustainable purchasing, CO2 reduction, environmentally friendly advertising materials, and social engagement. Many companies already have a good basis on which to build overall sustainability management!
2. Define the target situation:
What do you want to achieve? Should sustainability become an integral part of corporate management? Or do you want to communicate your current activities under the topic of sustainability? In both cases, goals and data are crucial. After all, the intended target situation and the set goals show the path forward.