The Value of Environmental Metrics in the Decision-Making Process

Every day, business leaders make thoughtful decisions about environmental challenges, each with potentially irreversible financial and environmental consequences. As businesses continue to adopt sustainable development as a core business value, it’s critical to understand how sustainability can be worked into daily operations. But what does it mean to implement sustainable development?

Read this whitepaper to gain a better understanding of how you can leverage environmental metrics to improve the decision-making at your organization.

About the Author

Samer Alameddine

Samer Alameddine is a Presales Engineer at Medgate, where he merges his EHS expertise and technological skills to provide top-notch software demonstrations and support to clients. Previous to Medgate, Samer worked as both an Environmental Consultant for market-leader ERM and an Industrial Hygienist with Golder Associates. He holds a MSc in Environmental Technology from the prestigious Imperial College London and a BSc in Environmental Health from the American University of Beirut.

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