You might not know it, but
sustainability is mainstream now.
Bigger commitments. According to a 2011 MIT Sloan/BCG survey of over 3,000 companies, 59% are increasing their commitment to sustainability. Sustainability is increasingly becoming the norm.
Did you know? Sustainability disclosures are becoming a requirement for the supply chains of the world’s largest businesses, including Walmart, Proctor & Gamble and Kaiser Permanente. Is your business ready to meet the new bar?
Rush to be sustainable. A 2011 KPMG Corporate Responsibility study of over 350 executives found that 62% of companies have a strategic plan for corporate sustainability in place, and 11% are developing one. More than half of those plans have arisen in the past three years. For comparison, only 11% have had a plan in place since at least 2001.