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Incorporating a sustainable approach using the four pillars into business and organisational strategy, policies and procedures that will provide significant direct, and, indirect benefits. It is a practical way of implementing measures (change) to address climate change, balancing those issues that affect our rational reasoning of doing the right thing such as protecting the environment, promoting a healthy dynamic economy, our social structure and our cultural background.

Balancing the four pillars will highlight ways of mitigating negative impacts of change, whilst introducing practical positive notions that can be implemented to achieve sustainability.

So, being sustainable is a lot more than simply considering environmental aspects.

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ROSE SUSTAINABILITY aims to promote the shift of Caithness and North Sutherland’s economy to one where sustainability is prioritised.

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