ESG reporting is the disclosure of data explaining a company’s impact and added value in three areas: environment, social and corporate governance. ESG is the umbrella term for sustainable and responsible finance components. It is a framework considering environmental, social and governance factors alongside financial factors in the investment decision-making process.
Now, ESG is rapidly growing and evolving, as many investors look to incorporate ESG factors into their investment processes. Also, international regulations ask investors to comply with new legislation on integrating ESG portfolios and mandatory reporting. ESG are shaping the future of investments and will become soon the new normal. However, one question remains: Is ESG the solution to build a sustainable economy, and therefore a more sustainable future?
To help investors, financial institutions, and companies understand better the underlying criteria to implement and report on them, we designed a data-based document on ESG reporting.
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ESG reporting and calculating investments’ carbon emissions are time-consuming, challenging and deserves close expertise.