Over the past decade, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) has transformed from a concept to an essential business practice, with a proven business case. It is evident that the three pillars of CSR - Environmental, Social & Governance (ESG) - present a real opportunity for companies in competitive markets where social equality, ethical governance, and environmental awareness are vital decision-making factors for all stakeholders.
GreenStarters was launched to help businesses integrate sustainability within their business model and commercial strategy, and ensure that ESG issues become drivers of competitiveness rather than a hindrance, . We develop customized tools, processes, and procedures tailored to your company's operations to seamlessly transition your business into a sustainable one.
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Measuring your company's greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions is the first step towards sustainable development. It provides insight into your company's environmental impact and energy dependence, enabling you to develop a stronger CSR strategy and establish a baseline for measuring improvements.
GHG measurement also helps you to identify areas of low energy efficiency, visualize your company's reliance on fossil fuels, anticipate energy price risks, develop short- and medium-term plans to reduce emissions and operating costs, establish progress metrics, and increase competitiveness in your markets.
Furthermore, reducing GHG emissions can provide financial and strategic benefits, as environmental impact becomes a key factor in decision-making when competing for tenders, investments, clients, and talent. To learn more about GHG or discuss how we can assist you, please contact us.
Our consulting services can assist you in developing a comprehensive ESG strategy that aligns with your business operations and meets regulatory requirements (such as SFDR and CSRD) while satisfying the expectations of your stakeholders (such as GRESB and TCFD). We can work with you to create a long-term strategy that incorporates environmental, social, and governance factors, and assist you in implementing it across your organization. By doing so, you can enhance your company's sustainability performance and improve your reputation with investors, clients, and employees.
These are all good steps for companies looking to improve their ESG practices and reporting. By developing a long-term ESG strategy, collecting and monitoring relevant data, and implementing a reporting approach that aligns with industry standards and regulations, companies can demonstrate their commitment to sustainability and transparency. It's also important for companies to continuously improve their ESG practices and reporting to stay up to date with the latest frameworks and standards.
These services can help companies track and report on their environmental, social, and governance (ESG) performance. The first step is to develop a long-term ESG strategy that meets regulatory requirements and stakeholder expectations. This is followed by collecting and monitoring ESG data, improving data quality, setting targets, and monitoring improvement plans. Finally, companies need to develop and implement a reporting approach that aligns with various standards and requirements, including GRI, INREV, GRESB, SFDR, EU Taxonomy, and CSRD.
Our consulting services can assist you in developing a comprehensive ESG strategy that aligns with your business operations and meets regulatory requirements (such as SFDR and CSRD) while satisfying the expectations of your stakeholders (such as GRESB and TCFD). We can work with you to create a long-term strategy that incorporates environmental, social, and governance factors, and assist you in implementing it across your organization.
Sustainability reporting has become increasingly important for companies as stakeholders, including investors, employees, customers, and communities, are demanding more transparency and accountability on environmental, social, and governance (ESG) issues. By measuring and disclosing ESG performance, companies can identify risks and opportunities, set targets, and demonstrate their commitment to sustainability.