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An ESG report, or environmental, social, and governance report, is a document that discloses a company’s performance on ESG factors.
ESG factors are non-financial factors that investors and other stakeholders are increasingly using to assess a company’s long-term performance and risk. ESG reports are critical tools for many businesses, so this guide will answer any questions you have about this process.
ESG reports can be used by companies of all sizes and industries. They are particularly useful for companies that want to demonstrate their commitment to sustainability and attract investors and customers who are interested in ESG investing. ESG reports typically cover a wide range of topics, including:
There are a number of benefits to ESG reporting, including:
There is no one-size-fits-all approach to writing an ESG report. However, there are a few key steps that companies should follow:
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