Support to help businesses to prepare a climate change strategy has recently been added to the Department of Environment and Climate Change NSW Sustainability Advantage program.
The Climate Change module will help organisations to measure their carbon footprint, identify ways to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and analyse climate change opportunities and risks.
The Climate Change module joins the existing suite of Sustainability Advantage modules including:
- Vision, Commitment and Planning
- Environmental Risk and Responsibility
- Resource Efficiency
- Supply Chain Management
- Staff Engagement and Training
- External Stakeholder Engagement.
Sustainability Advantage partners use a simple diagnostic tool to identify the areas of their business which will yield the greatest financial and other benefits as a result of environmental improvements.
Then, using the modules outlined above, participants complete up to three sustainability projects individually tailored to their business needs.
The Sustainability Advantage program is currently partnering with over 200 organisations across NSW to build more environmentally sustainable businesses.
For more information about the Sustainability Advantage program: