Q3 Sustainability Report Released
Since the end of Q1 Turner Mining Group has been working on formalizing sustainability metrics to better communicate results throughout the organization and improve accountability.
“In a lot of ways we’ve built our business model with sustainability in mind. We want to build a company that creates impact for decades, not just a short burst. From our values, we drive decision making for the long-term. And, we’re always looking for ways to use data to optimize our impact, allowing us to take more holistic actions,” said Chief Operating Officer Thomas Haun.
Pulling together a comprehensive list of cross-functional metrics, Turner has begun to see trends in the data and realigned resources to improve outcomes. “For a three-year-old company, we’ve already made a lot of progress in how we improve the sustainability of our business. The exercise of formally reporting results holds us even more accountable and helps determine if our attention is on the right things; this drives a lot of healthy internal debate,” notes Tracy O’Brien, Chief Marketing Officer.
Learn more about Turner’s Sustainability Program here.
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