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A4S Essential Guide Series: Capex

 

This is a practical guide to embedding sustainability into capital investment (capex).

The guide shows how businesses can adapt their existing capital investment appraisal processes in a pragmatic and systematic manner to integrate social and environmental issues.

It describes how to go beyond traditional financial returns when making investment decisions, by including sustainability issues in a clear and transparent way. Using examples, the guide demonstrates how including sustainability can lead to more cost effective and resilient investment decisions.

Note: we are in the process of updating some elements of this guide, with a new version to be released soon. If you have any queries regarding this guidance or the update please contact us at: info@a4s.org

More from the A4S essential guide series... 

Capex Deep Dive

This report provides insight into evolving methods which integrate social and environmental factors into capex appraisals and decisions.

 

Essential Guide to Managing future uncertainty

The guide sets out why it is important to adapt traditional risks management processes to respond to environmental and social trends, and provides examples of how to overcome some of the uncertainty associated with their impact, so they can be better integrated into business decisions.

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