Environment Social Governance

The focus on Environment Social Governance parameters or ESG has been picking up momentum in the last few years. This is primarily because companies have been under tremendous pressure from people across the world to account for the social and environmental impact of their business.

Now though, we have reached a tipping point with global investors who are demanding action and that this action not just be local or limited. They want transformation at scale because nothing else will do in the current state of climate emergency. A compliance driven approach where you simply submit a sustainability report is passé.

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Your Outcomes

  • ESG Benchmarking
  • ESG Assessment
  • ESG Data and Metrics

Focus Areas

Responsible Business Rankings

India’s Top Companies for Sustainability and CSR

Book

BALANCE - Responsible Business for the Digital Age

ESG represents about one-quarter of all professionally managed assets around the world.This is leading to greater interest in robust ESG reporting along dimensions such as carbon intensity, risk exposure, and overall ESG profile.

In the Responsible Business Rankings report of Futurescape, companies perform fairly evenly across environmental and governance parameters. However when we map the ESG parameters against the targets set in the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) one can see that much remains to be done across almost all parameters.

While ESG is another way of looking at corporate performance, corporate leaders need to ask themselves some important questions. The fundamental one being, what are the steps that need to be taken to bring about genuine change so that people begin to trust them again?

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