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  • Building an energy management strategy
    Energy management is one of the most important issues organizations face today. Rising costs, risk management, and energy security are just a few of the reasons this area is critical to many different types of organizations.
  • Enhancing the value of life cycle assessment
    This paper outlines how life cycle assessment can be used to assess the end-to-end environmental impacts of a business decision on overall value creation.
  • Water stewardship: A matter of business value and risk
    Learn how an effective water stewardship strategy may help corporate leaders strengthen their business continuity planning efforts, foster innovation, and protect and increase brand value.
  • Taking a resource-focused approach to the supply chain
    What are the some of the best reasons for looking at your supply chain through a sustainability lens?
  • Energy efficiency: Crisis or catalyst?
    In the face of a severe economic crisis, many companies could find themselves putting energy efficiency on the back burner. But is that really the right move? Could energy efficiency be a catalyst for change? David J. Fornari, Principal, Energy & Resources, Deloitte Consulting LLP, weighs in. Hotlink to article page
  • A More Sustainable Postal Service: Deloitte Helps the USPS Deliver a Greener Future
    With an environmental footprint encompassing more than 37,000 facilities, 220,000 owned vehicles and 700,000 employees, the United States Postal Service has committed to becoming a sustainability leader. This case study details how Deloitte helped the USPS write its inaugural public-facing sustainability report so it can better focus future initiatives and investments.
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