8th May 2023

Our ESG Stepping Stones provide a practical and guide to eleven ESG topics, identified as being of most relevance to BIBA members. There is no right or wrong order in which to navigate these stones, skip one, skip two, rest and think, or retrace your steps on your ESG journey. You prioritise what is right for your business and determine your own ESG priorities.

SS01 Green offices – what can be done to improve energy efficiency and reduce the waste footprint of offices? Read more >

SS02 Carbon management – a priority for many members but something that can appear difficult to get started with. Help on how to approach it and signposting to helpful guidance. Read more >

SS03 Diversity, equity and inclusion – an overview of the DEI agenda and suggested actions to integrate DEI into your business. Read more >

SS04 Mental health and wellbeing – the benefits of good mental health are numerous, recognised as impacting upon wellbeing, worker safety, housing, inclusivity, discrimination and even climate change. A review of best practice in this area. Read more >

SS05 Local community engagements – build upon any existing links with  your local  communities with consideration of additional opportunities for engagement. Read more >

SS06 Modern slavery and human rights – suggestions for putting in place measures to eradicate forced labour, end modern slavery and human trafficking and secure the prohibition and elimination of the worst forms of child labour. Read more >

SS07 Anti-bribery and corruption – building upon compliance with the FCA Principles for Business and legal obligations imposed by the Bribery Act 2010, suggested actions for combatting bribery and corruption. Read more >

SS08 Data protection and privacy – data privacy is a fundamental human right with existing legal requirements in respect of the processing of personal data. Read more >

SS09 Investment strategy – focusing on the principles for responsible investment, offering suggested action.  Read more >

SS10 Responsible procurement – suggestions as to how to source products and services in a manner that takes into account social value and environmental considerations and always acting in a way that is morally right, fair, and transparent. Read more >

SS11 Partnership with clients on green repairs and products – ideas for working with insurers and clients to engage with the claims value chain in a sustainable manner. Read more >

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