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ESG Strategy Consulting

Develop ESG Strategies That Align With Corporate Goals & Values

ESG strategy consulting is becoming increasingly important as businesses face growing pressure from investors, consumers, and regulators to demonstrate their commitment to ESG issues. By working with RCI, your business can improve its ESG performance, enhance its reputation, and create long-term value for stakeholders.


Environmental factors include issues such as climate change, energy efficiency, waste reduction, and resource conservation. Social factors encompass areas such as labor practices, community engagement, diversity and inclusion, and human rights. Governance factors are concerned with issues such as board composition, executive compensation, and shareholder rights.

The 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) were established by the United Nations to address global challenges and promote sustainable development.

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ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance) criteria are used by investors, companies, and organizations to evaluate the sustainability and ethical practices of businesses. These criteria can be aligned with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), as they share common principles related to sustainability and responsible business practices.


Implementing ESG practices involves integrating these factors into various aspects of a company's operations and decision-making processes. Companies need to establish key performance indicators (KPIs) and metrics to track their progress towards environmental impact reduction, social responsibility initiatives, and governance. Regular reporting on ESG performance, usually through sustainability reports or integrated annual reports, helps stakeholders assess the company's sustainability efforts and transparency. 

​RCI's ESG Strategy services focus on our client's buildings and their relationship to the company's ESG goals.

Environment: The performance of a building in terms of energy efficiency, water consumption, waste management, building materials, and adoption of renewable energy all have an impact on the environment and the subsequent carbon footprint needs to be evaluated, monitored, and have actionable steps put in place to make changes and improvements.


Social: Buildings can be designed to promote occupant health and well-being through features such as good indoor air quality, natural lighting, and access to green spaces.

Governance: Providing transparent information about a building's environmental and social impacts, as well as governance structures and practices, helps stakeholders make informed decisions and holds organizations accountable for their actions.

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One way of providing transparency about the overall sustainability and performance of a building is by pursuing green or healthy building certification.


Building certifications like LEED, WELL, EEWH, and others primarily focus on environmental sustainability and employee well-being within the built environment, their principles and criteria can align with many of the SDGs. For example:

SDG 7: Affordable and Clean Energy:
Building certifications often include criteria for optimizing energy efficiency and promoting the use of renewable energy sources.

SDG 12: Responsible Consumption and Production:
Certifications promote the use of sustainable and responsibly sourced materials, as well as waste reduction and recycling practices.

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If you'd like to know more about our ESG Strategy services, please get in touch and we can arrange a time to discuss your requirements.

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