GITNUX MARKETDATA REPORT 2023
Must-Know Sustainability Kpis [Latest Report]
Highlights: The Most Important Sustainability Kpis
- 1. Carbon Footprint
- 2. Energy Consumption
- 3. Water Consumption
- 4. Waste Generation
- 5. Recycling Rate
- 6. Sustainable Procurement
- 7. Environmental Compliance
- 8. Biodiversity Conservation
- 9. Employee Health & Safety
- 10. Gender Diversity
- 11. Community Engagement
- 12. Employee Satisfaction
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Sustainability Kpis: Our Guide
In today’s environmentally conscious world, understanding how your business impacts the environment is crucial. Our latest report uncovers the most significant sustainability Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) that every forward-thinking company should be tracking. Learn how to assess your company’s sustainability performance, inspire positive change and stay ahead of regulations with these must-know KPIs.
This KPI measures the total greenhouse gas emissions produced by an organization, expressed in tons of CO2 equivalent.
This KPI tracks the amount of energy used by an organization in its operations, usually measured in kilowatt-hours or gigajoules.
This KPI measures the volume of water used by an organization for its operations, expressed in cubic meters or liters.
This KPI tracks the amount of waste produced by an organization, usually measured in tons or cubic meters.
This KPI measures the percentage of waste that is recycled or repurposed by an organization, as opposed to being sent to the landfill.
This KPI tracks the percentage of an organization’s spending on products and services that meet specified sustainability criteria, such as certified fair-trade, organic, or recycled content.
This KP! measures the number of environmental incidents, violations, or fines incurred by an organization.
This KPI tracks the organization’s efforts towards preserving the biodiversity and natural habitats in and around its operations.
Employee Health & Safety
This KPI monitors workplace safety performance, measuring indicators such as injury rates, lost workdays due to injuries, and safety training hours provided.
This KPI measures the proportion of women in leadership positions and the overall workforce within an organization.
This KPI tracks an organization’s efforts to support and engage with local communities.
This KPI measures employee satisfaction and engagement levels within an organization.
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