When doing good is good business
Today, it’s not enough for an organization to simply deliver goods and services that their users enjoy and appreciate. Instead, they must also prove themselves to be good corporate citizens by taking responsibility for the social and environmental impacts they have on the community, the resources they use, as well as the health and safety of their employees and local communities. Deloitte’s Sustainability services address these concerns by helping organizations focus on managing corporate responsibility and sustainable development issues that deliver top and bottom-line growth for the long term.
- Sustainability Strategy, Risk Assessment, Reporting, and Assurance – We support organizations to advance their sustainability agendas by advising on stakeholder engagement strategies and assessments, including engagement measurement, integrated reporting, and design services. We also provide clients with internal and external assurance on sustainability reports, greenhouse gas (GHG) statements, and other forms of non-financial information.
- Sustainable Supply Chain Advisory – We promote clients’ efforts to refine supply chains, product lifecycles, and internal operations by addressing diverse issues such as supplier engagement and extended producer strategy, sourcing and procurement, packaging, closed-loop recycling, supply chain transparency, and upholding international human and labor rights.
- Environment, Health & Safety Compliance and Advisory – We help clients navigate risk and compliance using a pragmatic approach to integrate critical environment, health and safety (EH&S) processes into broader operational risk management and sustainability programs.
- Social Impact Measurement and Valuation – We create programs to help clients maximize social impact and shared value opportunities by identifying, measuring, valuing, monitoring, and reporting of key projects, programs, and policies.
- Resource Excellence Strategy – We assist our clients in managing the business and environmental impacts of natural resources consumption (such as water), energy, waste, and emissions by translating analytical insights into actionable cost savings, risk mitigation opportunities, and economic value.
With environmental, social, and governance (ESG) increasingly demanding the attention of CFOs, companies that fail to properly recognize and address these issues could find themselves unnecessary and, potentially costly, risks to their business.