Tag: Environmental Social and Governance (ESG)
U.S. and Canadian companies are three times more likely than other regions to risk violating the UN Global Compact's environmental principles, shows ESG Book research.
Despite growth in corporate ESG programs and availability of technologies for assessing risk, Sphera's Process Safety Report 2023 reveals a considerable gap between safety intent and achievement.
To enhance facility efficiency, sustainability, and profitability, facility executives should consider implementing onsite solar solutions.
A new report from AccountAbility brings key sustainability issues and priorities into focus, and explores the business opportunities they present.
Nearly half (48%) of Gen Z workers in the UK would consider leaving a job that didn’t deliver on its sustainability promises.
Many organizations wonder what sustainability metrics will be both practical for success and compliant with new proposed regulations.
The updated compact direct-fired water heaters optimize energy efficiencies to reduce operational costs and address ESG initiatives.
How offering free period products can support a healthy and equitable workplace experience.
Sustainability concerns play an increasing part in where people want to work, where they want to invest, and who they want to do business with, finds a new survey from Esker.
The Xorel collection of plant-based fabrics elevates Carnegie's sustainable commercial-grade textile collection.
Carrier’s New Abound Net Zero Management solution helps building portfolio customers reach energy and sustainability goals.
Organizational delivery, supply chain inflation, and ESG imperatives are shaping facilities management procurement strategies, finds a new report from CBRE.
The South Carolina manufacturing facility is the first in elevator industry to achieve milestone in TRUE program.
The next three years will be critical for organizations to create a more human-centric workplace, finds JLL’s “The Future of Work” survey.
Here are four people-centric steps manufacturers can take to maximize productivity without sacrificing safety.
For most companies, reaching carbon neutrality with their building portfolios ranks high in importance among overall sustainability goals, new survey finds.
SEAM Certification, a measure of corporate real estate social sustainability, will provide guidance, resources, and certification for achieving positive social impact in the built environment.
Water feature technology continues to advance, providing greater conservation of resources, less waste, and more efficient operation.
Community solar uses government programs to incentivize large solar projects which historically required major capital and space investments.
Pandemic-related structural changes continue to be among the most significant factors impacting today's real estate industry.
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