Building the right ESG policies and disclosures are essential for communicating a company’s progress to investors and improving ESG scores from ratings agencies. Companies that clearly define their ESG goals and disclose the path to achieve such commitments can create a competitive advantage and connect more deeply with stakeholders, unlocking additional value from their ESG initiatives.
Peer Benchmarking & Gap Analysis
An important aspect of ESG reporting is benchmarking, which involves comparing ESG metrics and disclosures to other companies. This provides insights into how a company’s efforts stack up to their competitors and where there may be gaps in the company’s disclosures.
Climate Risk Consulting
As companies comply with the SEC’s climate disclosure rule, the pressure to report climate data and verification is growing. Reporting climate-related data, such as scopes 1 and 2 greenhouse gas emissions, enables companies to comply with requests from regulators, investors, and customers as the demand for climate-related disclosure increases.