SUSTAINABILITY CONSULTING

Sustainability Evaluation

The best step to get started in designing a sustainability strategy is to identify what areas are in need of critical attention and how a focus on those areas can be complemented with supplementary aspects that fortify the overall strategy to improve the chances of success. 


Sustainability is a complex system that needs to take into account multiple variables in order to achieve short, medium, and long-term goals. Because of this, we specialize in gathering data and valuable insights from multiple areas in order to build impactful plans. 

Our Process

  • BASELINE  
  •   ACTIONS   
  •     GOALS    
  •    MEASUREMENTS   
  •     OPTIMIZATION  
BASELINE  
business analysis, targets, energy savings, operations management

Baseline Identification

How are things working now?

Creating a sustainability baseline score is crucial for the development of future plans. We first strive to gather information about:

  1. What has been done before?
  2. How has it been measured? 
  3. Previous opportunities that were identified
  ACTIONS   

Improvement Guidance 

Where we provide new methods and possible avenues to implement 

After analyzing what has been done before, we can identify what areas need strengthening and what complements we can offer to make sure that all perspectives are taken into account. Some of the areas we like to emphasize are: 

  1.  Energy, gas, and water consumption 
  2. Waste generation and disposal 
  3. Transportation and emissions optimization 
  4. Communication and engagement 
  5. Training and education 


    GOALS    

Where to? 

All of our ideas aimed at specific outcomes

When gathering thoughts and previous efforts, added with our recommendations and plan of action we mold a scenario where we can outline a path that will lead to positive outcomes. We make sure that the goals are S.M.A.R.T. (specific, measurable, attainable, realistic, and timely), so that we can organize our efforts in an efficient and effective manner. 

   MEASUREMENTS   

Tracking Results 

Designed so you can be in control

After evaluating, modifying, and aiming, we make sure that we follow a feedback trail so we can see if our strategies were effective and where we could improve in the future. Analyzing what worked and what didn’t can help us reiterate our initial estimates or modify our strategy accordingly. 

    OPTIMIZATION  

Continuous Improvement 

Complexity requires continuous iterations 

Sustainability is difficult to achieve because there are constant shifts and changes in the way people, businesses, and countries operate. Therefore, it is necessary to develop a continuous feedback loop to adapt to changes to make sure that the proposed initiatives becomes successful projects. 

Process optimization, sustainability optimization, process improvement, continuous improvement, feedback loop

Actions

  • BASELINE  
  •   ACTIONS   
  •     GOALS    
  •    MEASUREMENTS   
  •     OPTIMIZATION  
BASELINE  

Baseline Identification

How are things working now?

Creating a sustainability baseline score is crucial for the development of future plans. We first strive to gather information about:

  1. What has been done before?
  2. How has it been measured? 
  3. Previous opportunities that were identified
  ACTIONS   

Improvement Guidance 

Where we provide new methods and possible avenues to implement 

After analyzing what has been done before, we can identify what areas need strengthening and what complements we can offer to make sure that all perspectives are taken into account. Some of the areas we like to emphasize are: 

  • -Energy, gas, and water consumption 
  • -Waste generation and disposal 
  • -Transportation and emissions optimization 
  • -Communication and engagement 
  • -Training and education 
  • -Software Improvements


    GOALS    

Where to? 

All of our ideas aimed at specific outcomes

When gathering thoughts and previous efforts, added with our recommendations and plan of action we mold a scenario where we can outline a path that will lead to positive outcomes. We make sure that the goals are S.M.A.R.T. (specific, measurable, attainable, realistic, and timely), so that we can organize our efforts in an efficient and effective manner. 

   MEASUREMENTS   

Tracking Results 

Designed so you can be in control

After evaluating, modifying, and aiming, we make sure that we follow a feedback trail so we can see if our strategies were effective and where we could improve in the future. Analyzing what worked and what didn’t can help us reiterate our initial estimates or modify our strategy accordingly. 

    OPTIMIZATION  

Continuous Improvement 

Complexity requires continuous iterations 

Sustainability is difficult to achieve because there are constant shifts and changes in the way people, businesses, and countries operate. Therefore, it is necessary to develop a continuous feedback loop to adapt to changes to make sure that the proposed initiatives becomes successful projects. 

Process optimization, sustainability optimization, process improvement, continuous improvement, feedback loop

Goals

  • BASELINE  
  •   ACTIONS   
  •     GOALS    
  •    MEASUREMENTS   
  •     OPTIMIZATION  
BASELINE  

Baseline Identification

How are things working now?

Creating a sustainability baseline score is crucial for the development of future plans. We first strive to gather information about:

  1. What has been done before?
  2. How has it been measured? 
  3. Previous opportunities that were identified
  ACTIONS   

Improvement Guidance 

Where we provide new methods and possible avenues to implement 

After analyzing what has been done before, we can identify what areas need strengthening and what complements we can offer to make sure that all perspectives are taken into account. Some of the areas we like to emphasize are: 

  • -Energy, gas, and water consumption 
  • -Waste generation and disposal 
  • -Transportation and emissions optimization 
  • -Communication and engagement 
  • -Training and education 
  • -Software Improvements


    GOALS    

Where to? 

All of our ideas aimed at specific outcomes

When gathering thoughts and previous efforts, added with our recommendations and plan of action we mold a scenario where we can outline a path that will lead to positive outcomes. We make sure that the goals are S.M.A.R.T. (specific, measurable, attainable, realistic, and timely), so that we can organize our efforts in an efficient and effective manner. 

Goals, Targets, Environmental Goals, achievements
   MEASUREMENTS   

Tracking Results 

Designed so you can be in control

After evaluating, modifying, and aiming, we make sure that we follow a feedback trail so we can see if our strategies were effective and where we could improve in the future. Analyzing what worked and what didn’t can help us reiterate our initial estimates or modify our strategy accordingly. 

    OPTIMIZATION  

Continuous Improvement 

Complexity requires continuous iterations 

Sustainability is difficult to achieve because there are constant shifts and changes in the way people, businesses, and countries operate. Therefore, it is necessary to develop a continuous feedback loop to adapt to changes to make sure that the proposed initiatives becomes successful projects. 

Process optimization, sustainability optimization, process improvement, continuous improvement, feedback loop

Tracking

  • BASELINE  
  •   ACTIONS   
  •     GOALS    
  •    MEASUREMENTS   
  •     OPTIMIZATION  
BASELINE  

Baseline Identification

How are things working now?

Creating a sustainability baseline score is crucial for the development of future plans. We first strive to gather information about:

  1. What has been done before?
  2. How has it been measured? 
  3. Previous opportunities that were identified
  ACTIONS   

Improvement Guidance 

Where we provide new methods and possible avenues to implement 

After analyzing what has been done before, we can identify what areas need strengthening and what complements we can offer to make sure that all perspectives are taken into account. Some of the areas we like to emphasize are: 

  • -Energy, gas, and water consumption 
  • -Waste generation and disposal 
  • -Transportation and emissions optimization 
  • -Communication and engagement 
  • -Training and education 
  • -Software Improvements


    GOALS    

Where to? 

All of our ideas aimed at specific outcomes

When gathering thoughts and previous efforts, added with our recommendations and plan of action we mold a scenario where we can outline a path that will lead to positive outcomes. We make sure that the goals are S.M.A.R.T. (specific, measurable, attainable, realistic, and timely), so that we can organize our efforts in an efficient and effective manner. 

   MEASUREMENTS   
Measurement, goal measures, tracking results

Tracking Results 

Designed so you can be in control

After evaluating, modifying, and aiming, we make sure that we follow a feedback trail so we can see if our strategies were effective and where we could improve in the future. Analyzing what worked and what didn’t can help us reiterate our initial estimates or modify our strategy accordingly. 

    OPTIMIZATION  

Continuous Improvement 

Complexity requires continuous iterations 

Sustainability is difficult to achieve because there are constant shifts and changes in the way people, businesses, and countries operate. Therefore, it is necessary to develop a continuous feedback loop to adapt to changes to make sure that the proposed initiatives becomes successful projects. 

Process optimization, sustainability optimization, process improvement, continuous improvement, feedback loop

Optimization

  • BASELINE  
  •   ACTIONS   
  •     GOALS    
  •    MEASUREMENTS   
  •     OPTIMIZATION  
BASELINE  

Baseline Identification

How are things working now?

Creating a sustainability baseline score is crucial for the development of future plans. We first strive to gather information about:

  1. What has been done before?
  2. How has it been measured? 
  3. Previous opportunities that were identified
  ACTIONS   

Improvement Guidance 

Where we provide new methods and possible avenues to implement 

After analyzing what has been done before, we can identify what areas need strengthening and what complements we can offer to make sure that all perspectives are taken into account. Some of the areas we like to emphasize are: 

  • -Energy, gas, and water consumption 
  • -Waste generation and disposal 
  • -Transportation and emissions optimization 
  • -Communication and engagement 
  • -Training and education 
  • -Software Improvements


    GOALS    

Where to? 

All of our ideas aimed at specific outcomes

When gathering thoughts and previous efforts, added with our recommendations and plan of action we mold a scenario where we can outline a path that will lead to positive outcomes. We make sure that the goals are S.M.A.R.T. (specific, measurable, attainable, realistic, and timely), so that we can organize our efforts in an efficient and effective manner. 

   MEASUREMENTS   

Tracking Results 

Designed so you can be in control

After evaluating, modifying, and aiming, we make sure that we follow a feedback trail so we can see if our strategies were effective and where we could improve in the future. Analyzing what worked and what didn’t can help us reiterate our initial estimates or modify our strategy accordingly. 

    OPTIMIZATION  

Continuous Improvement 

Complexity requires continuous iterations 

Sustainability is difficult to achieve because there are constant shifts and changes in the way people, businesses, and countries operate. Therefore, it is necessary to develop a continuous feedback loop to adapt to changes to make sure that the proposed initiatives becomes successful projects. 

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