“The climate crisis and the Covid-19 pandemic have brought to the forefront the urgent need for all of us — individuals, businesses, government, finance — to make radical changes to ensure that our world can be a safe and healthy place now and for the decades and centuries to come. We are pleased to be able to support TES on their sustainability journey”Christoph Geppert
“We’re very aware that fighting the climate crisis really matters to our customers and our team. Every day, climate change is highlighted as one of the main social issues of our times. It’s important to me that as we grow as a business, we mitigate our impact on the climate.
“TES wants to be proactive in setting itself the challenge of establishing long-term goals and achieving demonstrable improvements in this regard, year after year.”
TES has responsibility towards a large range of stakeholders. The company builds its reputation and the capacity to create long-lasting, trust-based relations with multiple stakeholders on the basis of its core values. TES believes the following behaviours are key to building relationships and unlocking new possibilities:
Making sustainability real at TES doesn’t mean fundamentally changing the business. It’s about making better use of what’s already available – be that tech, time or talent – continually reviewing how the company does things, monitoring its impact, and reporting its progress.
Like most organisations wanting to tackle it’s environmental credentials, TES has already taken practical steps such as, improving waste recycling, changing to a green energy tariff, installing new energy efficient heating and moving its technology to the cloud. And its business is founded in helping charity and not-for-profit customers find solutions that help them have an even greater social impact. But TES knows it can do more.
TES’ priority is to create a plan, and develop the company’s environmental and sustainable strategy throughout 2022 so that the services delivered are done so in a way that minimises the environmental impact it has, and continue to promote social value and business integrity.
TES is working with experts to help it build a realistic and deliverable strategy. We know that doing the right thing is not always the easiest, and complexity can be used by companies to hide the extent of their environmental impact, or to make commitments sound stronger than they. TES has therefore partnered with Grain, an expert in helping organisations like TES assess their impact accurately, plan, and implement tools that will have a positive impact on people and the planet.
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