The Green Index can be used in many ways. Here is an overview of a few different ways it can be used.

The Green Index Dimensions and Lens

We define a business using nine dimensions based on a fractal, and use five sustainability attributes as a lens with which to examine each business dimension. These can be used in any combination to measure the area of your business. Perhaps a product, a project, a facility, or the entire business.
Scenario 1 - The Entire Company
This is the most comprehensive Green Index measurement. We look at each of the dimensions for the company through the Green Index Lens and score what we find. The final Green Index score is the average of the dimensions scores. The score is from 1 to 10, with 1 being good and 10 being bad. A score of 5 or greater is considered as needing improvement.

Our report includes a breakdown of the scores of each dimension and lens scores, and an action plan so you know what to fix.
Scenario 2 - A Product
In this scenario, we focus solely on an individual product, using our Green Index Lens to determine the product's environmental impact. Once again, the score is in a scale of 1 to 10 (1 good, 10 bad) and is broken down into the lens scores so you can see what is impacting the product Green Index.

Our report contains a plan of action so you know which environmental attribute needs the most urgent attention.
Scenario 3 - a Project
In this scenario, we determine how a project affects the nine business dimensions and use the Green Index Lens attributes to then determine the environmental impact of each of the affected dimensions.
This version of The Green Index can be used, for example, to compare proposed projects competing for budget to determine which of the project has the least (or most beneficial) environmental impact.

The project is scored once again from 1 to 10 (1 good, 10 bad) with our report showing the environmental impact of the project.
The climate emergency won't wait. And customers will buy from companies who can provenly demonstrate that they are minimising their impact on the environment.

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