ESG & Sustainability reporting measures the impact of your company’s activities on the environment, society and the economy.

An ESG Disclosure details the impact of ESG issues on the company’s Enterprise Value Creation (EVC) and the management of associated Risks and Opportunities. A Sustainability report encompasses, more broadly, a company’s practices of measuring, and disclosing information about material risks and opportunities, relevant to internal and external stakeholders.

At Greenbase, we have developed a standard approach to implementing the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) standards for ESG and Sustainability, as well as the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB) disclosures for ESG. We create efficiencies by accounting for both in a single data stream.

We can help:

  • Identify context, boundaries and materiality
  • Determine relevant reporting frameworks and standards
  • Collate, manage and validate data-sets
  • Calculate secondary ESG and sustainability data
  • Maintain data and reports in our online system
  • Present data on dashboards
  • Support ongoing performance tracking, and
  • Provide audit support

We can also produce sustainability reports in other formats to comply with the requirements of specific stock exchanges and business analysts. Referencing SASB and the Climate Disclosure Standards Board (CDSB) is a reliable path if you are disclosing or intend to disclose against TCFD goals.

To read more about Greenbase’s Sustainability Reporting capabilities, please click here.