The ESG App is a digital reference guide on topics related to Sustainability in Business. We aim to help enhance awareness, relevance, and productivity of related work in Business Sustainability.
The ESG App provides relevant data and insights on corporate sustainability based on the ESG (environment, social, and governance) imperative. We provide a convenient digital tool for professionals and interested stakeholders.
Sustainability covers a broad set of topics important for corporate reporting and business strategy. These include risks and opportunities associated with climate change, greenhouse gas emissions, stakeholder relations, business ethics, and human rights, among others. Beyond financial materiality, the impacts of these topics on people and the planet should be measured and reported by businesses as it is increasingly expected that businesses attend to these topics as a matter of their operations.
Sustainability is becoming an urgent and important topic that businesses should increasingly prioritize. Whether sustainability impacts are seen as risks, opportunities, or both depends on the nature of the business sector and activities. With the impending implementation of CSRD1 and the release of disclosure standards, sustainability will affect large and small businesses across sectors and geographies.
While following the sustainability, corporate social responsibility, and ESG movements, we noticed a lack of relevant, meaningful, and transparent information available for all stakeholders interested, involved, and affected by ESG and sustainability. We designed our digital reference tool to provide up-to-date documents, facts, and data and complement our service offerings. This field is evolving quickly, and we strive to evolve with it.
Latest news, opinions, analyses and podcasts on ESG and sustainabilities
Definitions and references of key terms and concepts related to ESG and sustainability
Standards, implementation guidances, technical briefs and more
Find CSRD and ESRS disclosure requirements linked with sustainability topics. Search terms defined in the regulation.
Sector and activities definitions and EU taxonomy alignment criteria for sustainable finance
Scope 1, Scope 2 (location- and market-based), and Scope 3 (by categories) emissions data reported by companies and cities
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