The environmental impact of an organization must be accounted for and its cost and value fully understood
As the governments of the world agree to reduce carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions and begin to introduce legislation to enshrine these principles in law, it will be the business sector that is forced to alter current working practices to ensure that individual contributions can be measured, reported on, and reduced.
Omdia considers that responsibility for coordinating and managing this new requirement will be given to a single C-suite executive, and it is our contention that in many organizations the chief sustainability officer (CSO) is best placed to ensure this work is performed across departments in a fair and equitable manner. The operational impact of these new demands will drive new approaches to the way in which employees perform their duties, which in turn will be reflected in the transformation of typical office working practices.
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