Environmental, social, and governance (ESG) reporting attempts to capture in a structured way the potential impacts that environmental and social factors may have on the financial sustainability of an organization. It also quantifies the impacts that an organization itself may have on people; the planet; and the economy; and how these affect the long-term sustainability of both the organization and the environment in which it operates.
Environmental, social, and governance reporting includes the data, tools, processes, and standards used in preparing non-financial reports that reflect an organization’s impact on the planet, its impact on people (both inside and outside the organization), and its approach to running and governing the organization. ESG reporting also includes the potential impacts of environmental and social factors on the long-term sustainability of the organization as a going concern.You do not have permission to access this document. Make sure you are logged in and/or please contact Danielle with further questions.