Earlier this year, we invited senior people from companies based in Bristol and the South West to come together and share how they use data to aid them with Sustainability targets.
In the first of our three briefing papers around sustainability, we ask our selected organisations to share how they collect and analyse emissions data for their organisation.
As the saying goes, you can't manage what you can't measure, and the advent of digital technology has made the measurement part much more straightforward.
It seems that, when it comes to sustainability, data is critical.
In this report, we examine how data:
Can help us to understand patterns of consumption
Can be used to incentivise and nudge customers and organisations to make better choices around sustainability.
Can help to build and measure services based entirely around sustainable solutions.
Can demonstrate ethical transparency