CSR AND SUSTAINABILITY ROADMAPS
Our engineers can develop a sustainability strategy to improve your company’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) efforts. This will help to define goals that align with your company ethos.
To refine the overall strategy further we can develop the GHG emissions associated with the companies activities and begin the carbon mapping process. The resulting project identifies a clear road map for reducing carbon emissions and improving the sustainability of the company. Lawler Sustainability has helped countless businesses with their CSR initiatives and has even devised Carbon Roadmaps for these businesses to follow, in order to achieve their goals. We have devised Carbon Roadmaps for clients such as Croke Park and Brown Thomas. For many of our clients, it is important to translate the energy opportunities into a planned roadmap with internal capital budgets or external finance set aside and to provide certainty in delivering energy and environmental milestones within the business.
CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY (CSR)
In recent years, corporate social responsibility (or CSR) has become more than just a marketing buzzword – it is about social accountability, to an organisation itself, to all of its stakeholders, and indeed to the public.
Rather than a tactic, CSR is a strategy that is constantly evolving. Our dedicated CSR team can identify CSR opportunities and areas for improvement that will create long-term reputational and ethical profitability as a result, along with developing an effective communications strategy to relevant publics to your organisation.
Corporate sustainability is increasingly coming to the fore for many businesses due to its emphasis on growth and profitability through positive, long-term practices.
It involves creating long-term value for your business’ stakeholders without negatively impacting the community, the planet, or the economy. Our sustainability team can help your organisation to produce corporate sustainability and carbon roadmaps under three pillars:
- Environmental Pillar: Reducing your organisation’s environmental impact and carbon footprint through actionable endeavours.
- Social Pillar: Commitment to taking good care of stakeholders, employees, and the community throughout all business practices.
- Economic Pillar: Being able to implement sustainable, environmentally-friendly business practices while remaining profitable in the long run.