With the increased interest in the physical impacts of climate change. NGOs, governments, and municipalities alike are preparing for a sustainable and resilient transition to a low-carbon economy.
Sustainability in cities has been a challenge in the midst of fast-changing technology and environment. City leaders are facing dual challenges from COVID and the growing millennial population demanding more sustainable city infrastructure amidst budget shortfalls.
By adopting ESG, cities can create opportunities and investments to tackle sustainability, improve the quality of life, and pursue smart growth at the same time. Only then can sustainability in cities can be achieved.
The growing demand from investment communities for city planners and municipalities to adopt ESG to mitigate investment risks is evident across Europe, Asia, and North America.
By adopting ESG, cities, and municipalities can leverage green bonds to fund sustainable city projects and social causes. Hence, improving the quality of living and social responsibilities.
ESG Enterprise solutions are designed for urban planning with a focus on environmental planning, socially responsible material sourcing & procurement, and waste management.
Sustainability in cities and municipalities can take advantage of the free tools to advance climate action and start adopting ESG today.