Sustainability has been becoming one of the significant focuses of businesses across the globe to change their workplace.
Surveys reveal about 50% of people admit to being more eco-friendly at home than at their workplaces. There is no control over the office’s green activities, and people tend to ignore their company’s energy-saving and following sustainability policies.
Businesses looking to grow in a coming couple of years also believe that sustainability is also a significant driving force.
Recent pandemic breakdown and increasing encouragement towards remote work have played a vital role in improving the sustainability of office spaces, commercial properties, and businesses, especially when most offices have started to head back to work the usual way. It could be a good change in how we deal with our environment or the way we think about nature.
Climate change has become a significant issue of the environment that could lead to a considerable hike in deaths by 2050 caused by heat-related problems. And if companies don’t adapt to the rising temperature caused by extreme weather, it will also affect everyday operations such as revenue management due to interruptions in supply change.
Researches say post lockdown air quality has dramatically improved significantly in bigger cities of the country. And stats clearly show that the businesses should follow more environment-friendly habits because of air quality, but it has financial benefits.
Businesses that follow carbon emission management get about an 18% higher return on their investment than those that don’t mind.