Communicating sustainability

be part of the narrative

Sustainability is a journey we are all on.

As more and more people become informed of the social, economic, and environmental challenges we all face, they demand businesses act responsibly, ethically, and sustainably. Go Well will help your organisation deliver on these demands and communicate your journey confidently and clearly.

How well are you communicating your sustainability journey?

It is now more important than ever to ensure your organisation is communicating sustainability correctly and authentically.  At a time when greenwashing is rife and “it’s more challenging than ever for business to convince consumers of their credentials”*, you need to ensure your organisation can confidently get this right. Success in sustainability relies heavily on engagement and communicating successfully with your stakeholders. Go Well are experts in this area.

As the pressure on businesses to address sustainability builds, it is increasingly common to see ill-informed and misleading information being shared.  This not only confuses the marketplace and slows down the transition to a sustainable future, it also damages reputations and puts businesses at risk of fines and prosecution.

Not all greenwashing is done with intent and it can be the case that an organisation has a legitimate story to tell or service or product to market, but it simply hasn’t done its homework or isn’t aware of the pitfalls to avoid.  However, with people becoming increasingly aware and knowledgeable about sustainability, it pays to get it right.

By employing Go Well to help with telling your sustainability story you will be well informed and confident on the correct terminology to use, know when to use it , how best to use it, and be prepared and able to front foot any difficult questions or potential “red flags” that may come your way.

*(Colmar Brunton Better Future report, 2019)

build culture.

To be an organisation that discovers and takes advantage of the future opportunities it is imperative to have a strong and supportive 'sustainability culture'. We help your organisation communicate sustainability to your staff and create a culture that drives innovation, problem-solving, knowledge-seeking, and collaboration.

building and imparting the vision

To build a circular, regenerative and inclusive economy, we have to build a new narrative effectively communicate the vision. We are all in this together. Go Well will ensure your organisation is part of building that narrative.

“The Language of Sustainability”

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As part of our commitment to communicating sustainability, we offer a free download, “The Language of Sustainability”, which provides a definition of the most common terms and when to use them.

We encourage you to use these definitions as part of your own sustainability communications.

“The sustainability story is important in appealing to employees, as well as influencing brand reputation more broadly.”

– COLMAR BRUNTON BETTER FUTURES REPORT 2017 –

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your business to the sustainable future

Ongoing support and expertise at the tiered level your business requires. Think of it as your very own sustainability manager at a fraction of the cost.

Understand what sustainability means to your business, set SMART goals, develop a road map to achieve them.

A detailed and globally recognised sustainability report based on the GRI Standards.

Break the inertia and get cracking on your sustainability journey with a presentation from, and conversation with, an expert.

Be sure your packaging is fit for the circular economy and won't go to waste.

An internal assessment is performed on your business with a corresponding report provided. A good stepping stone before a full sustainability report.

Ensure you have input and guidance from a sustainability expert for a specific project.

Be certain that your supply chain is not contributing to social and/or environmental exploitation.