In today's complex business landscape, businesses must prioritize sustainability reporting through environmental, social, and governance (ESG) strategies. Compliance, corporate responsibility, and access to capital markets all hinge on effective ESG reporting.
Regulatory bodies are establishing ESG standards and frameworks to guide responsible business practices, and investors are placing an ever-greater emphasis on companies that are not only profitable but also responsible and sustainable. To ensure success, businesses need to invest in technologies and training to measure and reduce environmental impacts, review policies and practices across business units, and ensure their boards prioritize ESG.
Download this whitepaper to learn about:
- Options for metric generation, collection, monitoring, and reporting ESG metrics and standards that can be mapped to corporate objectives
- How to conduct materiality mapping to identify which ESG topics matter most and which have the largest impacts
- How technology solutions like Archer ESG Management can help with double materiality calculations, scenario analysis, and quantitative risk analysis