Understand how sustainability is handled in companies, see data that corroborate the implementation of corporate sustainability, its benefits, and how this subject correlates with the energy and utilities management of companies.
The term sustainability entered common use during the 1972 United Nations Conference on the Human Environment (UNHCE), when the concept also began to be included in the agenda of discussions of large companies, in addition to government leaders and non-profit organizations.
The goal of industrial organizations is the creation and capture of value for their shareholders, employees, and for the whole community in which they are involved, including the environment. To put sustainability at the centre of business strategy not only contributes to the company's reputation, but can also generate profit.
In the infographic below we will discuss corporate sustainability, the benefits of its use in organizations, its relationship with energy efficiency, and how sustainability and energy and utilities management are related in the search for the best energy consumption scenario.