Organizations are feeling the need to make and follow through on commitments to reduce or eliminate their carbon footprints. This need may come from customers, investors and employees, or it may come from the organization’s own direct concerns regarding the potential impact of unmitigated climate change.
As organizations look to form their commitments and to follow through on execution of prior commitments, it can be overwhelming. There are many factors at play, from diverse facility characteristics, varying energy markets, rates and structures across different markets, assessment of efficiency and on-site solar resource potential and availability of off-site renewable options. This is all not to mention the often laborious and difficult task of simply getting on top of all the data.
Key topics include:
- Effective approaches for organizing the tasks associated with sustainability planning
- Pitfalls, drawbacks and advantages of various approaches to executing sustainability and decarbonization initiatives
- Examples of organizations that operate more or less successfully