THE INTERSECTION OF GEOLOGY AND BUSINESS SUSTAINABILITY: A DATA-DRIVEN REVIEW OF U.S. CORPORATE ENVIRONMENTAL STRATEGIES

Authors

  • Alexander Obaigbena Darey.io, United Kingdom
  • Preye Winston Biu INEC Nigeria
  • Michael Tega Majemite Technical University Darmstadt, Germany
  • Johnson Sunday Oliha Independent Researcher, Lagos, Nigeria
  • Michael Ayorinde Dada Sychar Water Technologies, Houston Texas, USA

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.51594/estj.v5i2.762

Abstract

In the contemporary business landscape, the intersection of geology and corporate sustainability emerges as a critical area of exploration, particularly within the U.S. context. This study delves into this intersection, aiming to elucidate how geological insights are integrated into corporate environmental strategies and the ensuing implications for sustainable business practices. The background of the study is rooted in the growing emphasis on environmental stewardship in business operations, where geological considerations are becoming increasingly significant. The paper's aim is to dissect the convergence of geology and corporate sustainability, assessing the influence of geological data on corporate environmental strategies. The scope encompasses a qualitative thematic analysis of recent literature, focusing on current trends, regional variations and industry-specific applications of geological insights. It also explores the economic and environmental impacts of integrating geology into business decisions, highlighting its role in risk management and sustainable innovation. The study concludes that geological data is a strategic asset in business, driving innovation, shaping risk management strategies and influencing long-term economic and environmental outcomes. It recommends that businesses embrace geological data as a core component of their sustainability strategies and policymakers create conducive environments for this integration. Future research is encouraged to further explore this dynamic field. The study provides valuable insights for businesses, policymakers and researchers, underscoring the necessity of integrating geological insights into corporate strategies for sustainable development.

Keywords: Geological Data, Corporate Sustainability, Environmental Strategies, Business Innovation, Risk Management, Sustainable Development.

Published

2024-02-07

How to Cite

Alexander Obaigbena, Preye Winston Biu, Michael Tega Majemite, Johnson Sunday Oliha, & Michael Ayorinde Dada. (2024). THE INTERSECTION OF GEOLOGY AND BUSINESS SUSTAINABILITY: A DATA-DRIVEN REVIEW OF U.S. CORPORATE ENVIRONMENTAL STRATEGIES. Engineering Science & Technology Journal, 5(2), 288-312. https://doi.org/10.51594/estj.v5i2.762

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