Environmental, Social, Governance (ESG)

ESG stands for Environmental, Social, and Governance. It is a set of criteria used to evaluate the sustainability and societal impact of a company or organization. Environmental criteria include a company's impact on the environment, such as its carbon footprint and waste management practices. Social criteria include a company's treatment of its employees, customers, and the communities it operates in. Governance criteria include a company's leadership and management structure, as well as its transparency and ethical practices. ESG investing involves selecting investments based on these criteria, with the goal of promoting sustainability and responsible corporate behavior.

is evaluating a company’s performance in environmental, social, and governance aspects before investment, by researching, analyzing operations, policies, and practices and assessing risks and opportunities associated with the company’s ESG performance.

involves integrating environmental, social and governance considerations into an organization’s operations and decision-making to create long-term value and address societal issues.

our ESG consultants’ partner with you to build a strong roadmap that demonstrates your trajectory of improvement over time.

refer to guidelines and procedures to integrate environmental, social and governance considerations in operations and decision-making to meet ESG goals and objectives.

evaluates a company’s environmental, social, and governance performance through various methods and data collection, and is used for investment, stakeholder engagement, risk management, and creating ESG scores/ratings.

is an evaluation of a company’s performance in terms of its impact on the environment, its social responsibility and ethical practices, and its governance structure and policies. It typically involves collecting data and information on key ESG metrics, analyzing it and presenting a report to stakeholders on the company’s ESG performance and impact.