For more than a decade now organisations from around the globe have benefitted from average savings of 30 per cent for energy and waste stream, and 20 per cent savings for water consumption thanks to EarthCheck. That's akin to receiving a 30 and 20 per cent discount to major operating costs and the benefits can be seen in the bottom line!
With EarthCheck Benchmarking and Certification, sustainability is not the unwieldy, ambiguous subject it can appear to be. From big business to small enterprise, the simplest of initiatives can be woven systematically into daily operations, minimising risk, maximising profit and improving guest experience.
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Transitioning an organisation from a short term take, make and waste thinking to one of long term sustainability is a survival imperative for organisations operating in a world of increasingly scarce resources. MOSS has been involved in developing The Sustainability Challenge a revolutionary new engaging and interactive training tool to aid essential understanding and capability around complex issues such as emissions reduction, sustainable supply chain and social responsibility whilst auditing your culture's attitudes towards sustainability. Click here to see a demonstration and learn how your organisation can benefit from using the Sustainability Challenge. If you'd like a demonstration or to learn more, email email@example.com today.
|Vision CSR software aids already established organisations and those just starting out to collect, view, benchmark and report their CSR/ESG or triple bottom line metrics and knowledge.
Vision CSR is a comprehensive, meaningful and dynamic CSR reporting framework that will help you:
CarbonNavigator is internationally recognised and award winning carbon management software. It is a powerful footprinting tool, allowing you to manage your footprint today and trend it forward. CarbonNavigator also goes beyond footprinting, helping you find your best value abatement project portfolio to build your Marginal Abatement Cost curve. It helps organisations optimise between abatement projects and buying carbon permits and allows you to track your carbon management strategy in one central place.
Break Through Mentoring is Australia's first tertiary qualified mentoring program to help disadvantaged youth and break the jobless homeless cycle. For the last 10 years, the Live N Learn Foundation have developed an array of programs for disadvantaged youth in Sydney's most disadvantaged suburbs.
The key to the success has been the Break Through Mentoring program which assists youth to gain employment through the assistance of a trained Employment Mentor from the local business community. Results have been outstanding with a more than 80% employment outcome rate.
MOSS now supports the Live N Learn Foundation with the shared goal of taking the Break Through Mentoring program national. If your organisation would like to assist youth get back to work in your home town or community, speak to a representative from MOSS or the Live n Learn Foundation today.
Transition to a Low carbon Economy - Public Goals and Corporate Practices.
Market: Global, December 2010
Produced by OECD Printing.
Companies are increasingly aware of the need to address climate change. However, while many companies are taking action to address climate change, many others are still lagging behind. This report surveys responsible business practices addressing climate change and driving the shift to a low-carbon economy. It summarises policies, regulations and other instruments in support of a low carbon economy in OECD countries and emerging economies, and analyses corporate responses to these drivers.
Using the principles of responsible business conduct identified in the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises, this report reviews three key areas of corporate action: accounting for greenhouse gas emissions; achieving emissions reductions; and engaging suppliers, consumers and other stakeholders. More...
A Global Language for Packaging and Sustainability - A Framework and measurement system for our industry
Market: Global, Year: 2010
This report, created by the Consumer Goods Forum's Global Packaging Project, presents a packaging sustainability framework and measurement system in the hope of developing a global standard. In addition to explaining some commonly-accepted packaging principles, the report lists 52 indicators for packaging sustainability, which are explained in more detail in this document.
Launching New Resources for a New Era
(Assessments, Principles, Tools & Guidance, Best Practices)
The 2010 Global Leaders Summit launched a wide range of new resources and thinking. Full details can be found here.
This advances understanding of Boardroom engagement in environmental, social and governance issues and provides a roadmap for how companies can better integrate oversight of these issues into the Board agenda.
A set of principles for business offering guidance on how to empower women in the workplace, marketplace and community. They emphasize the business case for corporate action to promote gender equality and women's empowerment, and seeks to point the way to best practice by elaborating the gender dimension of good corporate citizenship, the Global Compact, and the role of business in sustainable development.
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This is a new model of leadership within the Global Compact, which is designed to inspire advanced performers to reach the next level of sustainability performance. It identifies leadership criteria linked to implementation of principles, efforts to support development objectives, and engagement in the Global Compact.
UN Global Compact Management Model
An updated performance model that guides companies through the process of formally committing to, assessing, defining, implementing, measuring, and communicating a corporate sustainability strategy based on the Global Compact and its principles.
Provides information on initiatives, resources and tools to assist companies in developing more sustainable supply chains, as well as case examples of good business practices.
Supply Chain Sustainability: A Practical Guide for Continuous Improvement
Presents practical steps for how Global Compact signatories can implement the ten principles throughout their supply chains and integrate sustainability into procurement strategies. Includes examples of good corporate practices.
Guidance on Responsible Business in Conflict-Affected & High-Risk Areas: A Resource for Companies & Investors
The Guidance aims to assist companies in implementing responsible business practices in conflict-affected and high-risk areas consistent with the Global Compact Ten Principles. The focus is to provide a common reference point for constructive dialogue between companies and investors on what constitutes responsible business practices in difficult operating environments. This voluntary guidance is designed to stimulate learning and dialogue and to promote collective action and innovative partnerships through Global Compact Local Networks and other initiatives. It was developed by the United Nations Global Compact Office, the Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI) initiative and an expert group comprised of company representatives, investors, civil society leaders, UN representatives and others.
Provides a high-level overview of the key linkages between the UN Global Compact's ten principles and the core subjects of social responsibility defined by ISO 26000.
The Global Compact Self Assessment Tool
Translates the basic expectations raised by the Global Compact principles into a number of practical self-assessment questions and performance indicators for companies. The tool enables companies to diagnose their performance across all four issue areas, inspires continuous improvement, and assists in the development of communication on progress. Developed in the partnership with DI, the Danish Ministry for Economy and Business Affairs and IFU.
An interactive web-based platform for enhancing knowledge regarding implementation of human rights principles.
This interactive online tool - revised from the Road-Testing Draft 2007 - is designed to provide companies with guidance on how to assess and manage human rights risks and impacts of their business activities. While the Guide may benefit different types of organizations, companies are the main and intended audience. The Guide to HRIAM can be accessed free of charge, following registration.
Guide on How to Develop a Human Rights Policy
Provides instruction on how businesses can develop and implement a human rights policy within their companies.
The Labour Principles of the UN Global Compact - A Guide for Business
The purpose of this guide is to increase the understanding of the four labour principles of principles 3, 4, 5, and 6 as well as to provide an inventory of key resources to help integrate these principles into business operations.
Framework for Responsible Business Engagement with Water Policy
Assists companies in responsible water policy engagement, providing core principles, strategies, and operational practices. (UNGC/Pacific Institute/WWF/German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development, 2010.)