Download the whitepaper to learn more about:
- What ESG means and why it is so important in the current day
- How improved building energy efficiency achieve ESG goals
- How improved building management and optimisation achieve ESG goals
Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) has become a critical concept in the built environment thanks to a growing emphasis on sustainability, ethics, and corporate responsibility. Once considered a luxury, or a ‘nice to have’, a solid and transparent ESG strategy is now crucial to long-term business value creation and growth. Clients, investors and other influential business stakeholders are all increasingly informing their decisions based on an organisation’s ESG credentials that reveal a business’ impact on society, and the environment, as well as the accountability of its governance. Smart building technology can help you achieve multiple ESG goals, helping to shape a resilient and sustainable organisation that people want to work for, and other businesses want to do business with.