Various ways of measuring sustainability have been developed, but with more ways comes more interpretations and more definitions. In this sea of constant change it’s sometimes difficult to navigate what is important to track, how to track it, and why. While you are swimming through that sea we thought you might be interested in learning more about choosing and managing sustainability metrics in real-time and through digestible discourse. Good news, SSC is presenting just in time!
We will have a free webinar on “Managing and Reporting Sustainability Metrics” Thursday, November 3rd, 2011 at 2:00 PM ET. You don’t want to miss it, sign up today! Jennifer Woofter, founder and president of Strategic Sustainability Consulting, will share her insight into how to choose and manage sustainability metrics. Jennifer will explore commonly asked questions, including:
- What kind of environmental and social information do you need to track?
- What makes a good sustainability indicator?
- What are the pros and cons of using sustainability tracking software?
- What do stakeholders expect to see in your sustainability report?
Using a combination of presentation and discussion, Jennifer will lead participants through a practical analysis of sustainability data tracking and reporting. Together, we'll identify ways to prioritize and manage all of the information associated with your sustainability efforts. By the end of this event, you'll be able to map out the strength and weaknesses of your current approach and suggest 3-5 ways to immediately improve.
While you eagerly await our November webinar, you are always welcome to take a look at the section of our website that offers an abundance of resources in the meantime! All this sharing AND free webinars! Wait, you mean you have registered YET?!? Well let’s get started!
SSC works with all kinds of companies, from thriving mid-sized businesses who want to use sustainability reporting to boost their momentum, to small, under-resourced organizations who want to be sustainable, but don’t know where to start (and if they do, they think a consultant is too expensive). Really, no matter what your firm looks like, SSC can help. We have the track record to prove it.