Compare and assess the best practices of global industrial sustainability leaders for reducing carbon emissions, water consumption, and waste across their value chains.
Identify 30 action items that industrial and manufacturing companies can take for a more sustainable future.
Identify the technologies, platforms, and programs for building a thoughtful company sustainability strategy.
Critical Questions Answered
What are the leaders in industry and manufacturing doing to reduce carbon emissions and their companies’ impact on the environment?
What are the specific steps needed to get from industrial sustainability commitments (establishing targets) to sustainability execution (actively reducing carbon emissions)?
What are the technologies, platforms, and programs for reducing carbon emissions, water use, and waste?
A detailed evaluation of 10 industrial conglomerates and their sustainability efforts in the following: renewable energy, eco-design and material sourcing, technology use for efficient operations, waste disposal and circular economy, green buildings and vehicles, and reporting and governance.
Side-by-side comparisons of large industrial companies and their performance in sustainable practices.
Use cases and examples of how companies are saving costs and generating new revenue opportunities through decarbonization activities.
Who Should Read This?
C-level executives responsible for establishing a company climate response and business strategy.
Sustainability group managers who oversee the tracking and reporting of company-wide sustainability efforts.
Program managers responsible for climate-related targets for renewable energy use, energy efficiency, waste disposal and circular economy, green buildings, and fleet vehicles.
Decision makers interested in how connectivity and digital technologies can help reduce the carbon footprints of industrial companies and their customers.