NAEM Research - Published Reports
NAEM’s benchmarks offer insights you can’t find anywhere else because they are developed in partnership with an advisory committee of senior EHS and sustainability leaders. To begin benchmarking your program today, download a research report below, or contact us email@example.com.
EHS and Sustainability Staffing, Structure and Budgets Benchmark
Building on the 2012 Staffing and Structure Benchmark, this report will provide a benchmark for the organizational structure, staffing levels, and responsibilities of the function that supports the company’s EHS and sustainability goals. The research will be conducted through a survey administered to NAEM members and target companies.
2016 Strategies for a Successful EHS&S Software Selection
NAEM provides valuable resources for corporate EHS & Sustainability leaders and IT professionals who are responsible for selecting, implementing and maintaining software systems, and who are looking to better manage and report their data.
2015 EHS & Sustainability Software Buyers Guide
This report shows how companies manage their EHS and sustainability data. Building on past surveys, the research looks at what companies’ data management needs are, how much they are spending on software systems, and how they select their solutions. It also addresses implementation challenges. The survey was fielded among corporate EHS and sustainability leaders.
Key Competencies for the EHS and Sustainability Profession
A follow-up to the 2012 Staffing and Structure Benchmark, diving into the skills, attributes, and salaries of EHS and sustainability professionals. The research, conducted through a survey administered to NAEM members and target companies, identifies core responsibilities for professionals by job title, and the average salaries based on years of experience.
Green Metrics that Matter:
Leading-edge Metrics and Programs
See how your company’s EHS and sustainability goals, metrics and programs compare to your peers with NAEM’s 2014 Leading-Edge Metrics and Programs research. This research documents how companies set their goals, which targets they have for key resource management areas and the average payback periods required for each. It also provides a series of charts that allow you to benchmark your goals and programs.
The Green Metrics that Matter
The demand for corporate transparency continues to grow, yet there is a need for greater alignment between the data used to evaluate a company’s sustainability performance, and the metrics companies track internally. Learn who the key research players are, what firms track internally and why, and recommendations for the external research process going forward.
Driving ESG Reporting Progress through Dialogue
How do you prioritize the growing number of information requests from environmental, social and governance (ESG) researchers? Learn more about the business value of responding to research surveys and gain strategies for optimizing your efforts.