Customers tap into Finsbury Green’s sustainability IP because they trust our knowledge, integrity and sustainability leadership over the past 18 years.
If you can’t measure it, you can’t improve it! That’s why measuring CO2 is increasingly important, because reducing it has a critical environmental benefit and monetary value in the economy.
When organisations like the Victorian Government and Optus integrate our sustainability data into business as usual, we know this critical information has serious value in driving change.
Reduced environmental impacts
Finsbury Green reports emissions data to the Victorian Government on their print supply chain to departments and outer agencies.
Together, we have reduced the carbon created through print by 1,440 tonnes in the past three years alone. It’s not just about producing less print, but about working with suppliers who have genuinely implemented better eco practices.
We’ve done this through a combination of technology and education. Using our sourcing software, Sourceit, supplier selection can be based on price, performance and environmental ratings. Educating suppliers on how to implement better environmental practices using the Finsbury Green Star Rating system has been fundamental to reducing carbon. Empowering customers to select suppliers on more than just price closes the loop.
We provide a level of detail that allows customers to assess their eco impacts and drive buy in.
Finsbury Green also works with Optus to provide sustainable packaging solutions and data to support their annual Australian Packaging Covenant Organisation (APCO) Report.
Sustainable packaging has a direct and indirect contribution to their carbon and environmental impact across their value chain, from resource utilisation and product packaging all the way to their waste streams. Mapping the value chain, understanding their environment and carbon emissions drivers via reporting are critical to Optus achieving their broader sustainability goals.
The future of sustainable performance for all customers relies on supply chain management and the need to ensure suppliers have as little environmental footprint as possible.
Credible, science-based emissions reporting make that happen!