Environmental Justice and the Energy Transition

With rising demand for organizations to be environmentally and socially responsible, many companies are looking to emissions reductions and sustainable practices to demonstrate and fulfill their commitments to our planet.

However, one vital piece of the climate conversation that underpins significant impact and meaningful change may often be overlooked during the planning phase: environmental justice. How can companies make equitable decisions while navigating the energy transition?

Copperleaf’s Damien Quentin, ESG Leader, Americas, shares a few examples of how organizations can build greater trust and social capital through equitable asset investment planning.

Learn more about how Copperleaf can help you build capital plans that drive your Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) strategy.

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Copperleaf provides decision analytics to companies managing critical infrastructure. Headquartered in Vancouver, our solutions are distributed and supported by regional staff and partners worldwide.

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