Canada has taken a huge step towards combating the climate crisis by committing to reduce its greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions to net zero by 2050. It has proposed new legislation that legally binds the country to that goal which then creates a mechanism for defining a five-year milestone on the way to achieving it. Simply …
Why aren’t more organizations transiting into sustainability? Professionals at the senior level feel that it requires an insurmountable amount of work and often do not know where to start, and this holds back organizations from taking any action at all. To help address this, we developed a diagnostic tool for businesses and organizations to easily understand and assess their current sustainability level (for free!).
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) is no longer an uncommon phrase in today’s economy. An integral part of the Triple Bottom Line: People, Planet and Profit, the benefits of DEI can be felt across a company’s operations. In this article, we break down the indicators on DEI included in various reporting standards.
We analyzed the impact of remote work on corporate sustainability with the triple bottom line (TBL) framework – People, Planet, Profit. Despite certain downsides, the analysis showed more benefits linked to deploying full or partial remote working, as explained by the triple bottom line results generated. There is no one-size-fits-all solution but our recommendation is a mix of remote and occasional in-person work, adapted to the specific job requirements. Furthermore, in order to reduce the overall carbon footprint related to video use, we suggest to turn off your webcam when not absolutely needed.
A week ago, the Quebec Ministry of Environment presented the 2030 Plan for a Green Economy (PEV) and the Implementation Plan 2021-2026. While the plans are comprehensive and their significance varies by the industry, we broke down the plan and dove deeper in each pillar from a strategic perspective.