One bite at a time.
Sustainability goals can be big, scary, and overwhelming. A SMART (specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, and time-based) approach breaks the goals down into specific targets, measured by key performance indicators. Reporting is the accountability tool instrumental to achieving the goals.
An example of a government-level goal is the UK’s commitment to cutting emissions by 68% by 2030. The targets are set out in a 10-point plan, which needs to be broken down into further targets and KPIs to create the step-by-step path to achieving the goal.
We can help your business determine its sustainability goals, and then break them down into achievable targets and KPIs. At this point, Christiana Figueres, a key architect of the Paris Agreement, would step in and remind us to be ambitious.