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Topic: Valuing Environmental Impacts
How do you measure and value your organizations' environmental impacts?
Many organizations are interested in decreasing their negative environmental impacts, but doing so requires that they first understand what these impacts are. To gain insight into how to determine these impacts, NBS conducted a systematic review of 180 studies and 20 tools in this area. The resulting report is designed to help senior executives and decision-makers new to sustainability navigate the strategic decision-making process for managing their firm’s environmental impacts.
- Why should your company consider its environmental impacts?
- What steps must you take to measure your organizations' environmental impacts?
- Which tools should you use?
Be sure to read the Globe and Mail article highlighting the importance of measuring and valuing your company's environmental impacts.
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