Meeting the requirements of Environmental Social Governance (ESG) criteria marks a commitment to building a more sustainable organisation and ultimately a climate positive company. But with so many standards, disclosures and rating methods, alongside the new data sources required to meet them, how do you understand how data requirements intersect whilst maintaining high-level control?
For the Chief Data Officer there’s a lot open to interpretation when it comes to their environmental, social and corporate governance obligations and objectives. Here are 7 areas that are key to successful ESG strategy and practice.
"The immediate challenge with ESG is to present something that is at least understood and defined for yourself. If you can explain what you are putting forward as a global entity in the first instance, you have hope." - Philip Miller, Co-CEO of Solidatus.
Organisations around the world know that the significance of ESG is rising every day - and where once the E, the S and the G were initially separate, they are now being seen as collective initiative to achieve data standards.
Solidatus has been chosen by the UK Department for International Trade (DIT) as one of 11 UK-headquartered FinTech companies to join a virtual trade delegation to New York Climate Week from Monday, 20 September to Friday, 1 October 2021.