We welcome Purview Services as new partner in India
We welcome Tommaso Bulgarelli as partner in Milan, Italy
SustainOnline welcome MinusLife for the Finnish, French, Chinese and South East Asian market
We welcome Skogland as our partner in Norway
BCon signs up as sales partner in China
We welcome Muteeb from Pakistan new sales partner
The Natural Step Holland new sales partner
We welcome Advion Solutions as new sales partner
BCon signs up as sales partner in Vietnam
Natural Logic in USA new sales partner
Sustainow new sales partner in Finland
BCon signs up as sales partner in Japan
Nativa new sales partner in Italy
We welcome Proxima as sales partner in New Zealand
BCon signs up as sales partner in South Korea
We welcome The Natural Step in China
We welcome BCon as Sales Partner in Thailand
We welcome NRG as sales partner in Sweden
SustainOnline welcomes Shaivites Enterprises in Pune as new partner

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Our Reporting Platform is a state-of-the-art solution that will get your environmental, social and governance (ESG) proposition right.

The platform is designed to manage your carbon footprint and disclosures. Platform enables seamless alignment with multiple disclosure and reporting frameworks such as SDG goals, CDP, GRI, IR and SASB. Dashboards for various stakeholders as CEO, CFO, HR, Operations, Sustainability Manager, board, clients etc enables data driven decision making for business success.

Becoming sustainable has never been easier.

Those who cares, wins!

Why is ESG and sustainability reporting important for your business?

Simply because sustainable companies tends to significantly outperform their less sustainable counterparts.

And, your stakeholders definitely care. Check out to what some of them say.

  • Employees: Companies that pursue sustainability are more likely to gain the benefits of having better employee attraction, retention, engagement and productivity. By 2025, millennials will comprise 75 percent of the workforce. They have high expectations about social purpose and expect accountability in the companies they work for. They seek to work for companies that uphold these values and align with their own. In fact, 76 percent of millennials consider a company’s social and environmental commitments before deciding to work there.

  • Media: Reputation could be put at risk if a company does not perform well in the ESG space, such as the hiring of child labour by the company or its suppliers. This may lead to negative publicity, and boycotts by the media as well as customers, given that we are in an era where social media connects the world and spreads information at an unprecedented pace

  • Consumers: Changes in consumer demand are beginning to affect the corporate bottom line as consumers are increasingly aware of ESG practices. They have higher expectations of the companies behind the products to operate their businesses ethically and responsibly, and demand greater transparency about how they conduct their business. Millennials are willing to pay more for products and services regarded as sustainable or coming from socially and environmentally responsible companies.

  • Investors: Institutional investors have growing expectations for integrating ESG across different asset classes, regions and fund sizes. A global survey conducted by BNP Paribas showed the percentage of surveyed asset owners who put more than a quarter of their funds towards ESG increased from 48 percent in 2017 to 75 percent in 2019. The survey also showed that long-term returns, brand and decreased investment risk feature among investors are the top three drivers for incorporating ESG into their investment decision-making.

That is a lot to take in, so let us take a step back and start from the beginning, what is ESG?

ESG stands for Environment, Social and Governance: These are the 3 main areas representing the pillars of a sustainable investment.

  • Environment factors refer to the company’s behaviour on environmental issues such as resource depletions, climate change, waste, pollution, transportation, energy etc etc.

  • Social factors are related to the company’s treatment regarding people, workers and local communities, including health and safety issues.

  • Governance factors refer to corporate policies and governance, including tax strategy, corruption, structure, remuneration.

INTERNAL BENEFITS

Internal benefits for companies and organizations can include:

  • Increased understanding of risks and opportunities
  • Emphasizing the link between financial and non-financial performance
  • Influencing long term management strategy and policy, and business plans
  • Streamlining processes, reducing costs and improving efficiency
  • Benchmarking and assessing sustainability performance with respect to laws, norms, codes, performance standards, and voluntary initiatives
  • Avoiding being implicated in publicized environmental, social and governance failures
  • Comparing performance internally, and between organizations and sectors

EXTERNAL BENEFITS

External benefits of sustainability reporting can include:

  • Mitigating – or reversing – negative environmental, social and governance impacts
  • Improving reputation and brand loyalty
  • Enabling external stakeholders to understand the organization’s true value, and tangible and intangible assets
  • Demonstrating how the organization influences, and is influenced by, expectations about sustainable development
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