Curious to know how your company’s spot on the journey to operationalize sustainability? Join the club! This is a frequently asked customer question here at GLYNT. Based on our many customer conversations and expertise, and what’s next for climate disclosure requirements, we developed the Sustainability Data Maturity Model.
The external forces are strong: The need to share reports with regulators and customers, the need to show emissions reduction progress with employees and the capital markets, and the need to get sustainability data audited. All of this activity requires actual, accurate and audit-ready sustainability data, and often a new set of workflows.
So nearly every company is somewhere in this path, and with increasing reporting and other requirements this is an issue nearly every company needs to pay attention to. Here’s our take on the years of change ahead.
1. Getting Started
Companies in this group are gearing up with their in-house team
2. On Your Way
With a bit of experience under their belts, companies in this group know where they want to go
Companies in this group are investing to get actual, accurate sustainability data for every site and are starting to work on actual, accurate data for their supply chains too
When sustainability data is an integral part of reporting, operations and compliance it can also become a strategic asset