In recent years, there has been a significant increase in the requirements for organizations to report on their sustainability data. Corporate reporting data in this space typically covers an organization’s environmental, social and governance impacts (or ESG). Understanding the importance of this data to different stakeholders and how to report it is an essential business practice.
Key learning objectives:
Define what we mean by the term ‘sustainability’
What are the key data points that a company would need to understand to report on its sustainability
Tangible examples of environmental, social and governance (ESG) metrics
Understand why a company would be driven to report ESG data
Practical tips on where to start with reporting corporate sustainability data