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ESG Reporting

ESG reporting, or Environmental, Social, and Governance reporting, is the practice of disclosing a company’s performance and initiatives related to environmental, social, and governance factors. These reports provide stakeholders, such as investors, customers, employees, regulators, and the public, with information about how a company addresses and manages ESG issues.

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Key Components of ESG Reporting

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ESG Reporting Frameworks

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Global Reporting Initiative (GRI)

GRI is one of the most widely recognised ESG reporting frameworks globally. It provides comprehensive guidelines for organisations to report on their sustainability performance, covering a broad range of ESG topics. The GRI Standards offer a structured framework for reporting environmental, social, and governance data.

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Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark (GRESB)

GRESB is a forward-thinking body that strives to collect and collate ESG execution documentation of the actors within the real estate and infrastructure industries through sustainability reporting, publications, and first-hand engagement to promote comparable and competitive performances. As the world’s leading real estate industry ESG benchmark, GRESB promotes the importance of collaboration with managers, asset operators, and investors alike to facilitate the transition towards a future that is more sustainable overall.

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Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB)

SASB focuses on industry-specific ESG reporting. It provides industry-specific standards that help companies identify and report on the ESG issues most relevant to their sector. SASB standards are designed to be financially material and are used by investors to assess risk and performance.

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Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD)

TCFD is a framework that focuses on climate-related financial disclosures. It provides guidance on how organisations can disclose climate-related risks and opportunities in their financial reporting. TCFD recommendations are increasingly important as climate change becomes a critical concern for investors and regulators.

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Industry-Specific Guidelines

Many industries have developed their own ESG reporting guidelines and frameworks tailored to their specific challenges and opportunities. These industry-specific guidelines help companies in sectors such as finance, energy, healthcare, and manufacturing report on ESG factors that are particularly relevant to their business operations.

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United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

While not a reporting framework in itself, the UN SDGs are a set of global goals that organisations often reference in their ESG reporting to demonstrate alignment with broader sustainability objectives. The SDGs provide a common language and framework for addressing global sustainability challenges.

Elite Asia’s familiarity with these frameworks and guidelines allows us to provide information and guidance on ESG reporting best practices, terminology, and the key principles underlying each framework. It’s important to note that organisations often choose the most appropriate framework based on their industry, size, and specific ESG priorities to effectively communicate their sustainability efforts to stakeholders.

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The Importance of ESG in Today’s Business Landscape

ESG principles have gained immense prominence in recent years. Here’s why they matter:

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Our Approach

The approach to ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance) report creation is a structured process that involves several key steps, from data collection to final reporting. Here is a comprehensive overview of the typical approach:

The approach to ESG report creation is iterative and should be guided by the organisation’s commitment to transparency, accountability, and continuous improvement in its environmental, social, and governance practices.

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Why All Companies Need to Consider ESG Implementation

All companies, regardless of their size or industry, should seriously consider implementing Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) principles into their operations. Here’s why ESG implementation is essential for every organisation:

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Contact Us

For any enquiries or quotations pertaining to ESG Reporting Services, get in touch with our ESG solutions department who can provide you with a quote. Simply contact us at esg@eliteasia.co or fill in the form below.

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