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|Levels||Leadership||Finance / Legal||Human Resources||Operations||Products & Services||Supply Chain||Customers||Community|
|Level 5: Stewardship||Sustainability integrated into strategy||Integrated planning, reporting, and verification||Sustainability goals tied to executive compensation||Integrative planning for zero or regenerative impact||Products and services have regenerative impact. Collaboration with stakeholders to innovate and scale||Strategic partnership with suppliers for sustainability outcomes||Full collaboration with customers to reimagine their business model and yours||Collaborate for resilient region, industry, and economy|
|Level 4: Leadership||Sustainability part of Key Performance Indicators||Risk, business continuity assessed for business plan||Success factors for sustainability are defined and measured for Recruitment and Retention||Sustainable Operational processes are integrated across the organization||Design for sustainability across all lines of business. Market leadership||Adjust sourcing to ensure business continuity for climate volatility||Co-evolve products and services with customers to optimize integration and sustainability||Invest in strengthening local community and natural environment|
|Level 3: Strategic||Formal Sustainability Steering Body||Standardized Sustainability Goals, Metrics, and Reporting for every business unit||HR policies and training incorporate all aspects of sustainability||Key business processes and facilities are (re)designed to be sustainable||Sustainable Design drives innovation using tools like biomimicry and Design for Environment||Co-design products with suppliers' input for efficiency and greener chemistry and inputs||Understand customer needs and design to optimize outcomes||Positive impact on local communities|
|Level 2: Opportunistic||Sustainability Manager, Corporate Policies and Management Systems for Sustainability||Business analysis of projects must evaluate sustainability impacts||Corporate Social Responsibility function is in place||Reduce waste: energy, water, materials, time. Use environmental management system||Redesign products to reduce material inputs. Transition to sustainable products and services||Pro-active supplier management to reduce waste and account for environmental and social factors||Enable customers to meet green goals||Mitigate negative impact on local communities|
|Level 1: Initial||Support for Grassroots Green Teams and employee initiated activities||Compliance with environmental, health, safety laws||Employee engagement programs for community service and basic sustainability||Reduce toxics to meet legal requirements||Meets basic standards for energy and other resources||Compliance-based management of suppliers||Work with customers to reduce costs||Avoid fines and comply with regulations|