Measuring and reporting sustainability
The current global economic challenges have made businesses change their focus from Socially Responsible Investments to Environmental Social Governance. Both investment methods primarily choose sustainable economic options but focus on different strengths.
SRIs prioritize companies that not only make money but also ‘do good’ deeds. ESGs also help with the pursuit of sustainability and increased profit, which businesses are trending towards nowadays.
ESG-driven practices mean using environmental, social, and governance standards when making decisions about a company. Studies show that companies who do this achieve better financial results.
This white paper presents a list of factors to consider when measuring ESG performance and some of the most popular reporting frameworks and standards, including SASB, GRI, and SDG.