What does gender equality have to do with climate change?
We believe strongly in the concept of sustainability in terms of both the environmental AND social impacts of an organization's operational practice.
Often we find that these two concepts are less of a dichotomy and more of a series of interconnected pieces where human factors and environmental factors blend and create causes and effects that may not have been previously expected.
So, as we engage in carbon footprint calculations and LCA's, we also encourage our clients to look at their sustainability strategy holistically.
Gender equality has a strong business case, is right for developing nations as well as advanced economies, and can improve retention and productivity. As human factors are taken into consideration alongside environmental ones, the entire global economic, social, and natural "ecosystems" will be positively impacted.
As your company looks to boost gender equality, check out this practical guide to putting gender on the agenda.
By using the GRI standards for sustainability reporting, companies will be able to include a full set of data as it relates to environmental and social impact, including things like gender equality. If you're ready to talk sustainability reporting, now's the time! Contact us today.