Protect the diversity of the ecosystem around your assets and meet your sustainable development goals
Today, Companies Are Expected to
Track and Assess New Types of Data
Power and gas TSOs and DSOs, water utilities and renewable energy companies operate in various environments, from urban centres to remote natural areas. They can significantly impact biodiversity as they carry out their activities, particularly if they are not managed responsibly.
Changing perceptions of the role companies should play in society have created new challenges for the industry. It’s expected that asset owners and operators include biodiversity protection and promotion on their management agenda as part of sustainable development goals.
Here are a few reasons why companies should care about:
- Sustainability: Many organisations are committed to monitoring the biodiversity of their territory to ensure they are taking responsibility for their operations and are considering the long-term consequences of their decisions to make certain they are not adding to negative environmental or social effects
- Legal compliance: Many countries have laws and regulations that require companies to protect biodiversity around their assets. Failure to comply with these regulations can result in fines, legal action, and damage to a company’s reputation.
- Access to financing: In recent years, there has been a growing trend among investors and lenders to prioritise environmental, social, and governance (ESG) factors in their investment decisions. Companies that demonstrate strong environmental performance may have an advantage in financing and attracting investors.
- Reputation and brand image: Public concern about environmental issues is on the rise, and companies perceived as being environmentally responsible are more likely to attract customers and retain their loyalty. By demonstrating a commitment to biodiversity monitoring and protection, companies can enhance their reputation and brand image in the eyes of consumers and other stakeholders.
However, monitoring biodiversity is challenging for the industry as it requires practical solutions to observe at scale and regularly while remaining environmentally friendly, which is impossible to perform with conventional monitoring methods.
Spottitt biodiversity assessment and monitoring system is a satellite-powered tool that can help companies better understand the biodiversity in their areas and how their activities might impact it.
By monitoring key biodiversity indicators, companies can identify potential risks, take measures to mitigate them, and also track the effectiveness of their conservation and restoration efforts over time.
Reduce Asset Faults, Maximise ROI
Spottitt MF ® for biodiversity monitoring supports utility, power and infrastructure companies with satellite and other geospatial insights to protect and enhance species diversity in the area of companies operations
Monitor and preserve biodiversity around every meter of your network in a cost- and time-effective manner.
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