Do you want to further develop the CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility Strategy) strategy of your company?
What if installing green walls helped you improve the environmental impact of urban areas and local biodiversity, while improving employee productivity and well-being and reducing energy costs?
In this piece we take a closer look at how companies can adopt green walls as a CSR solution that’s able to positively benefit both business and the surrounding community and ecosystems.
Green walls work very well at minimizing the effects of urban infrastructure while improving social and economic value, a paper from Urrestarazu defends. That’s why urban greening initiatives such as green walls are a good way of achieving cities’ ecological goals while reducing the negative side effects of urbanization. This becomes particularly relevant under a scenario where it is expected that +70% of the world’s population will be living in urban areas by 2050. As Manso and Castro-Gomes point out, the use of outer surfaces of buildings, either walls or roofs, shows up as a very interesting alternative to adopt in usual dense urban areas lacking green spaces and street-level areas and having a hard fight fighting air pollution problems.
So what if businesses wanting to improve their corporate responsibility strategy bet on installing green walls? Both inside vertical green walls or outside vertical walls have the potential to bring social, environmental, and even financial benefits for companies.
Their Benefits are:
- Purifies Air
- Increases Well-Being
- Increases Productivity And Innovation
- Reduces Noise Level
- Reduces Ambient Temperature And Energy Costs
- Improves Brand Reputation
- Showcases Partnerships For Sustainable Development
- Improves Biodiversity