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Our Environmental Sustainability Report 2015/16 provides an overview of sustainability performance over the 2015-16 academic year. It shows how sustainability is a key part of The London School of Economics and Political Science’s (LSE) strategic mission to help shape a better world.
Sustainability is a fundamental strand running through all of LSE’s teaching, research, operations, and public engagement. Our reporting is therefore an outcome of a strategic and integrated approach to embedding sustainability within the institution. The report includes stakeholder mapping and identifies our key risks and opportunities.
Although this is LSE’s fourth annual report, it is the first time we have reported on our objectives which are strategically aligned with our organisational goals (the School’s 2020 Strategy) and our values (the LSE Ethics Code). Incorporating our SMART targets and key performance indicators into the report has allowed us to review our progress against these targets; achieving greater transparency, more accountability and further drive to continuously improve our environmental impact.
Top 3 learnings:
1 Including your KPIs will allow you to review your performance and achievements in a meaningful way.
2 Stakeholder mapping is a valuable exercise, but important to include in your report.
3 Keep it concise and make it relevant by including external benchmarking.
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