Darien Group has helped clients formulate how they promote clean water and sanitation, affordable and clean energy, inclusive and sustainable industrialization, responsible consumption and production, and actions to reduce climate impact.
Descriptions of corporate values are necessary but not sufficient. That goes for case studies that illustrate a company’s commitment. Stakeholders also want to know how much a firm is spending on acquiring technologies and assets to address environmental issues. Furthermore, they’re concerned about how specific sustainability actions align with a company’s business portfolio and investment lifecycle. And they want such specific metrics as gallons of hazardous materials replaced by low-impact substitutes, kilowatt-hours of electricity presently generated by renewable sources, and tons of waste removed from landfill stream.