Turn ESG Reporting Into Your Best Asset: A How-To Guide

by Matt Thorn

on September 11, 2020

Executive Summary

 

Historically, a company’s success has been determined with financial performance indicators, like profit and return on equity. Recently this has been changing. Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) factors now play a much larger role in this process. 

A survey by Ernst & Young (EY) of 320 senior decision-makers found that 92% believed ESG issues have a quantifiable impact on company success [1]. Additionally, there is mounting evidence that links ESG issues directly to short- and long-term financial performance. 

 

You may be asking yourself, if ESG factors are so important why don’t all companies implement ESG reporting into their business? The short answer is it can be complicated, requires continued effort and yearly improvements, and there is a lot of documentation and data that has to be reviewed to create accurate and transparent ESG metrics.

 

This is where Source Intelligence comes in. We create customized document review and data collection software to streamline your ESG reporting systems.

 

In this white paper, we go into detail on the following topics:

  • What is ESG and ESG Reporting?
  • What’s Driving the Shift Towards ESG?
  • The Different ESG Frameworks
  • How You Can Start ESG Reporting

 

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