To help firms and their clients better align CSR/sustainability reporting and communications, we have developed an ESG optimization framework. The framework uses a step-by-step process to identify credible and effective ways to align CSR/sustainability reporting and communications with ESG ratings criteria and methodologies.
Aligning CSR/sustainability reporting and communications with ESG rating criteria has the potential to add tremendous value for companies. Companies that are more effective at aligning their CSR/sustainability reporting and communications with ESG ratings criteria should score better, which creates a number of benefits for brands.
When you fail to address and message about key sustainability and social responsibility issues for your event, you are losing the opportunity to strengthen credibility and boost your brand's reputation
If you're in the business of making products, or your business relies on using products to perform a service, then chemicals ultimately play a role in your success. That means you need a strategy for sustainably managing chemicals.
If you are a sustainability-focused, purpose-driven, benefit corporation or B-corp, sustainable investing has to be on you radar. We can help make sustainable investing your next win.
You may be surprised to learn that many of the impacts associated with an organization's operations are actually embedded in the products and services you source. That is why sourcing or "procurement" as it's called in government agencies, needs to be a part of your sustainability efforts.
Like other projects or investments that your organization makes, you should evaluate the value of your strategic activism campaign.
Implementing your strategic activism campaign is when you really start to generate benefits for your brand. It's also where your employees and team will feel even more empowered and purpose driven.
Once a priority issue is identified, the success of your campaign will largely depend on how well you plan. A solid campaign plan can be divided into two parts including 1) Purpose and Goals, and 2) Strategic Assumptions.
The “right” issue depends on a variety of factors including both internal and external considerations that are specific to your organization. In general, the right issue will have relevance and materiality for your organization so that it effectively resonates with customers and the public.