With the focus so often on the self and what you can do to make a difference, sometimes people forget that, in all honesty, it's not exactly the little everyday habits that are in need of the most attention here; we need to remember that the biggest culprits in attacking this planet lie in the corporate sector. And their motives make sense: they're after the most amount of money they can possibly get in the least possible amount of time. We can't really blame companies for wanting to be successful. Isn't that everyone's goal, especially in a capitalist society? But unfortunately, with these attempts at rapid growth and maximizing profits, the environment pays the price, and at a the large scale of corporate mass production, the damage can be massive. Helping to gently guide the corporate world towards making more sustainable decisions (ie getting them to play the long game) is one of the most essential aspects of ensuring a more sustainable future.

What is sustainable corporate consulting?

Much like its cousin, corporate consulting, sustainable consulting attempts to help a company better itself; however, instead of being dedicated to simply helping a company maximize its profits, sustainability consultants help companies become more socially and environmentally responsible in how they conduct business operations. By bringing environmental concerns and possible alternatives to the attention of both engineers and executives, sustainable consultants can help shape a more sustainable corporate world.

On this front, SAGE is currently working with a medical technology company, Varian Medical Systems. DETAIL OUR CONNECTIONS WITH VERIAN HERE

To take a look at some of the research and presentations we've given at Varian, check out the Archives below.

Varian Medical Systems

Varian conducts research and develops and manufactures equipment dedicated to cancer research, working to forage a new, more unifying, smarter standard for oncology.

To find out more about Varian, click here.

Corporate Consulting Archives

Check out the presentations we've given at Varian.

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