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Like a marathon, sustainability is not a quick sprint, but the rewards for sticking with it can be vast. Businesses that view sustainability and resources efficiency as a part of doing business have realized the value that it brings to their corporate objectives related to revenue, brand, operations, risk management and corporate social responsibility.

Deloitte’s Sustainability professionals take a practical and business-focused approach to helping companies build sustainability into their strategy and operations as a way to improve and protect margins, build brand value and enhance risk resilience with the goal of supporting business growth. We work with companies to evaluate and develop sustainable strategies that can help drive toward near-term and long-term results. Our sustainability consultants are experienced at identifying opportunities across the value chain and across industries to create potential resource-based financial value.

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Best Global Green Brands 2014
Based on both Interbrand’s extensive consumer research to capture public perception of brands’ sustainable or green practices and environmental or sustainability performance data collected and analyzed by Deloitte Consulting LLP, the report identifies the Top 50 Global Green Brands. See which companies made the list.

CDP US Water Report 2013
Companies face a ‘license to operate’ risk if they are unable to effectively manage complex demands on water resources.

Getting ahead of the "ripple effect"
Water scarcity creates risks and opportunities. A water stewardship strategy should help business leaders identify and pursue value-creating initiatives, from cost reduction and innovation, to a reputation that creates further opportunities.

Separate or equal: Should environmental and social issues be an integral part of your business?
A number of leading companies are taking deliberate steps to make environmental, social and governance (ESG) activities an integral part of their business strategy and operations. Is this new approach to ESG issues worth pursuing, or should companies stick with business as usual?

Life after Kyoto
The world's carbon market in 2013?

Making virtual work "Business as usual"
Creating a more flexible work environment.

Going from good to great: Ways to make your sustainability report business-critical
Learn how companies can make sustainability reporting business-critical through adopting a more robust methodology for determining environmental, social and governance (ESG) materiality.

Sustainability strategy 2.0: Next-generation driver of innovation
Read the article.

About the Deloitte reSources 2011 study
Read the report.

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