Thinking Big In ESG


Industry analysts have long found Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) practices will open doors to efficiency, improved performance, boost company reputations and help meet regulatory mandates. "The majority of public companies will update their investment methodologies to include sustainability metrics as a key part of their return on investment (ROI) analysis by 2026,” Gartner Report And when Gartner sought to highlight top global performers in ESG in a key area—supply chains—it gave top prize to Schneider Electric, which beat out competitors like Tesla for Gartner’s top prize, according to the Global Supply Chain Top 25 report. "Schneider Electric’s work embodies multiple trends we see among top supply chain organizations this year, such as embracing an ecosystem approach that has helped reduce the carbon footprint of some key suppliers by 10 percent in less than two years,” Mike Griswold, VP at Gartner Schneider Electric's Sustainability School, IT recycling program and EcoCare initiative offer compelling avenues for solution providers to enhance their ESG outcomes, aligning with Gartner’s message: The Sustainability School can educate solution providers on incorporating sustainable technologies that optimize costs, energy performance and asset utilization The overarching goal of ESG is to capture all the non-financial risks and opportunities inherent in a company's day-to-day activities, thereby providing a more comprehensive view of its long-term sustainability and ethicality.

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