The MOCA Triple Bottom Line Approach to Business
MOCA is a vertically integrated cannabis company and we work with on the ‘Seed to Sale’ approach.
We are involved in all aspects of the supply chain and this allows us to ensure that our manufacturing meets our standards and vision.
Fundamental to our business model is the three P’s - People, Planet & Profit. We can this the ‘Triple Bottom line’ and consider it the ethical measure of businesses. Our Business investment principle determines the impact on the environment, the social perspective, and our corporate governance.
Cannabis heals! MOCA believes that planting with appropriate organic practices will heal the soil and the earth and thus in turn, will heal its populace.
It is for this reason that we control the process from soil preparation to genetic selection to cultivation and harvest to manufacturing and wholesale.
At MOCA, we believe that sustainability is the future and with our unique mix of experience and skills, our sustainable management team of professionals can build some of the most prosperous triple bottom line companies in the world. Companies with a proven record of accomplishment in environmental and social responsibility.
Our triple bottom line accounting expands the traditional reporting framework to take into account social and environmental performance in addition to financial performance.
How we run our business
The ‘People’ Bottom Line
We also call this the social equity or human capital bottom line and is concerned with our company’s stakeholders other than shareholders. This includes our employee’s contractors, customer’s suppliers, and the wider community in which our business operates. We are interested in the welfare of our stakeholders. It is important to MOCA that employees, contractors and other suppliers receive fair payment for their work and/or goods, and that their working conditions are good. MOCA extends this ‘People’ Bottom Line to the company’s impact, directly and indirectly, on the public.
The ‘Planet’ or Environment Bottom Line
This is what we call ‘the planet bottom line’ and is concerned with the size of MOCA’s ecological footprint.
Our goal is to keep it as small as possible. We do this by controlling energy consumption, reducing manufacturing waste, and disposing of it safely. In addition, it means managing the life cycle of a company’s products from start to finish.
That Includes lessening the environmental Impact from the raw material sourcing stage, to the end-of-life disposal stage.
The ‘Profit’ or Traditional Bottom Line.
The traditional bottom line is concerned with the effect of MOCA’s activities on share value. We do this by costing all company activity and calculating whether the company is making a financial profit or a loss.
We incorporate our ‘Future-Impact Bottom Line’ for our sustainability to predict MOCA’s other three bottom lines will perform in the future. It is a strategic long-term planning exercise and, as such, the most imprecise and aspiration of all. We address these non-standard bottom lines as essential parts of our strategic plans.