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Deloitte Stresses Green Services to Help Environment

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Deloitte is striving to make its mark on the industry of green services, from helping organizations report on climate change to improving businesses’ sustainability ranks.

Deloitte’s Sustainability Services Group focuses on issues such as water scarcity, energy supply and greenhouse gas regulation as it provides services in its core business areas of tax, audit and consulting services.

The foundation for the company’s continued efforts in 2011 were early-year acquisitions of MarketPoint Inc. and Altos Management Partners, which are well known in the energy industry for market analysis modeling solutions. The company in June also hired two important people – Daniel Aronson from IBM, where he served as global offering leader for sustainability strategy, as well as Jacob Madsen from Environmental Resource Management.

Deloitte essentially helps companies create roadmaps to achieve green goals, including implementing green IT strategies as well as green job growth strategies. In addition, company officials guide businesses on how to tap into green energy resources and master water management.

“Our focus is on working with clients to further embed sustainability into everything they do, helping companies drive growth and innovation, mitigate risk, reduce cost and improve brand – using energy, water, resources and emissions as levers for creating value,” said Chris Park, national leader of Deloitte’s Sustainability Services Group.

Deloitte Offers Multiple Other Green Services

Other green services that Deloitte offers to clients include helping clean technology companies make progress during their entire life cycles as well as diversify their offerings. These clean technology companies include those in the fuel cells, biofuels and solar energy industries.

Office greening programs and emphasizing green employee engagement also are part of Deloitte’s mission. The company additionally calls attention to green warehousing as well as energy efficiency in manufacturing when providing services to American companies.

“Sustainability changes everything and represents a major opportunity for companies to improve business performance,” Park said.

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