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The Business Case for Sustainable Technology

Sustainable technology is no longer an expensive drag on a company's finances – economies of scale and smarter working practices now mean it can save a business millions of pounds
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By Leon Kaye

Seemingly small changes, such as adjusting the ratio of printers to employees, can result in major savings and a decreased carbon footprint for forward-thinking companies.

As procurement professionals consider how to balance environmental benefits with financial savings, they are increasingly finding sustainable technologies can bring together both goals.

These sustainable technologies include smart electrical processes; renewable energy systems; and innovative, even disruptive, software programmes that enhance energy efficiency.

How Global Healthcare Firms Are Finding New Ways to Create Shared Value

FSG's Mark Kramer on The Guardian Sustainable Business Blog
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FSG's Mark Kramer writes about the opportunity for global healthcare to create Shared Value. His post kicks off a new rotating column on The Guardian Sustainable Business pages.  Focused on Creating Shared Value and the implications for business, the blog series will be authored by FSG experts working globally, across sectors, to implement Creating Shared Value strategies and help companies align their competitive strategies with the business opportunities hidden in the world's urgent social and environmental problems.   

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FSG's Mark Kramer writes about the opportunity for global healthcare to create Shared Value. His post kicks off a new rotating column on The Guardian Sustainable Business pages.  Focused on Creating Shared Value and the implications for business, the blog series will be authored by FSG experts working globally, across sectors, to implement Creating Shared Value strategies and help companies align their competitive strategies with the business opportunities hidden in the world's urgent social and environmental problems.   

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