What Factors Are Accelerating the Rise of the Sustainable Business?

The business world is always changing, and the most successful companies are those that foresee, understand and get out ahead of these changes to retain or expand their competitive edge.

The decade ahead could see a reprise of last century’s “Roaring 20s,” with all its rapid economic growth, inflation and employment gains as the world climbs out from the lingering effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. As the economy heats up, businesses will be looking for ways to take advantage of the growth while mitigating risk and downside. One promising approach is to increase efforts around environment, social and governance (ESG) strategies. Refocusing will help them deal with the trends that are changing global markets.

Government Regulations and Policies

Governments’ environmental policy varies from country to country. This is due in part to the varied priorities and strategies for addressing climate change, varied stages of economic development and even administration changes … Read more...

How Is Renewable Energy Accelerating the Rise of Sustainable Business?

Companies that invest in renewable energy save money, delight their customers, and please investors while avoiding fines and/or carbon taxes. Renewable energy helps build a sustainable business, which in turn helps your company reach its ESG goals.

Renewable energy is flourishing around the world. Countries and businesses are aggressively expanding wind, solar, and hydroelectric generation capacity to reduce carbon output, please customers, and lower costs.

Many businesses around the globe are working to become “greener” as part of their focus on Environment, Social and Governance (ESG) strategies. They are driven by the threat of global climate change, changing customer preferences, and the goal of improving their triple bottom line (profits, people, and planet).

There is a lot more to creating a sustainable business than reducing your organization’s energy consumption and carbon footprint, but it’s a great place to start. Unfortunately, depending on where your business operates, decarbonizing your energy consumption … Read more...

How AI is Helping Organizations Meet ESG Expectations

Using AI, subject matter experts who need to understand ESG requirements can synthesize vast quantities of data that would take weeks or even months for human readers to wade through.

Today’s organizations are part of a dynamic marketplace undergoing seemingly constant disruption. While some of these disruptions, such as the COVID-19 pandemic, will produce times of crises, others will be the catalyst to monumental positive change.

Over the last few years, organizations have started to look beyond profit as the primary motivation for doing business to the possibility of having a positive impact on society and the environment. To this end, ESG (environmental, social and corporate governance) has become the foundation upon which many organizations and their customers see strategic decisions regarding investment and innovation being made.

However, ESG comes with a number of complex obstacles for implementation. This is where ehsAI’s artificial intelligence and deep learning solutions can make … Read more...

A Q&A about the Changing Role of Technology in Environmental and ESG Management

Expert Connect Q&A

As the notion of being a “good corporate citizen” becomes an imperative in the eyes of stakeholders such as investors, governments and employees, Environment, Social and Governance (ESG) management is becoming top of mind for many. Learn the role that technology can play in managing ESG goals.

Expert Connect is a virtual event series that brings together EHSQ professionals, technology experts and thought leaders to discuss hot topics – all while having the audience steer the conversation by participating in live polling. On Wednesday, March 3, at 10 am EST, join Trevor Bronson, Senior Product Marketing Manager, EHS, at Intelex Technologies, ULC, for “The Changing Role of Technology in Environmental and ESG Management.”

This session is designed to examine emerging technologies making an impact on everything from old-school environmental compliance to modern-day ESG reporting, their long-term viability, and how you might be able to use them in impactful … Read more...