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Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) criteria call companies to advance on sustainability. Clear roadmaps transform initiatives into effective efforts.

What is ESG and what is its impact?

Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) efforts is what companies do to increase accountability in its business, responsibility in its actions and transparency in its operations. An effective ESG strategy enhances a company’s impact on employees, consumers, the environment and the global community, helps increase its reliability and can even improve its bottom line.

More and more, investors and shareholders are considering a company’s environmental and social impact on the world and good governance, as part of their risk-growth analysis, using Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) considerations to assess their value. In line with the increasing importance of these ESG ratings, which instill precise metrics for measuring corporate social contributions, ESG is fundamental to obtaining funding and leveraging other growth opportunities through non-financial factors.

Build trust, raise awareness and encourage positive social change

Protect our world while protecting your corporate reputation with a best-in-class ESG program built on the world’s foremost legislative frameworks. Through easy-to-understand, easy-to-apply ESG global guidance, we help you organize and optimize your initiatives to address the century’s leading business concerns.

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Community involvement and consumer issues

Engage on a deeper level with standards for consumer and community support, such as social investment, respect for property, sustainable consumption and consumer dispute resolution.

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Extended environmental protection

Step up your social contribution by addressing global environmental issues with a wider impact, such as energy, biodiversity as well as climate change mitigation and adaptation.

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Diversity in the workplace

Protect minority groups and promote inclusion with proven methods for ensuring non-discrimination, equal opportunity, gender equality, minority group rights and preventing workplace harassment.

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Ethical governance and anti-corruption

Ensure moral business management with essential ethical practices, including disclosure policies, responsible investment, proper wages, anti-bribery measures and responsible taxation.

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Employee freedoms and advocacy

Fully support your workforce with a full understanding of principles for freedom of association, collective bargaining, grievance mechanisms and whistleblowing policies.

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Human rights assessment

Understand the details of human rights due diligence, the business duty to respect human rights, business responsibility in conflict-affected and fragile environments and protect against forced and child labor.

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ESG guidance for a better world

ESG content

across the globe

Global phrasing

for easy implementation

Standardized content

for seamless ESG efforts

Ready-to-apply requirements

to kick-start reporting
Be confident in your ESG initiatives

Build your best ESG program on best practices derived from over 150 international conventions and standards around the world – including the European Union and the United Nations, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development – and many more.

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Apply anywhere, at any point of the value chain

Make a positive impact around the world and across your entire business with requirements you can leverage in any company, in all operations globally and at every point along the value chain – including those involving partners and suppliers.

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See and share the same ESG outlook, site to site

Get your entire organization on board, keep every site on track and build internal awareness across your business through a standardized way to communicate about your ESG initiatives, compare sites’ activities and monitor progress.

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Measure ESG efforts with meaningful metrics

Ramp up your ESG rating and gain more insight into the results of your initiatives with expert guidance on and key requirements for creating non-financial ESG reports, specialized ESG standards and customized audits.

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