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Frequently Asked Questions

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ESG Application & Services

  • ESG Enterprise is an Environmental, Social, and Governance SaaS and data analytics company designed to help businesses, NGOs and governments reduce ESG risks, minimize disruptions, and capture business opportunities in the transition to sustainable-growth and low-carbon economy.

    We provide cloud-based tools to address the needs of TCFD disclosure framework, risk analysis, climate scenarios, net-zero pathways, carbon neutrality solutions, and big data analytics in the fashion, food and agriculture, energy, technology, city planning, non-profit, and financial segments.

  • ESG Enterprise platform offers ESG assessments using artificial intelligence, GRI and TCFD reporting, carbon neutrality pathways and reputation risk management solutions for financial institutions and enterprises involved with sustainability, social responsibility, and energy transition. More on ESG Solutions

  • ESG reporting can be described as the process employed for sharing sustainability information with stakeholders. Investors are seeking critical information as regards the sustainability of organizations to guide investment decisions. ESG reporting is the only means of connecting stakeholders with the required information. More on ESG Reporting

  • ESG Enterprise Term of Use and Privacy Policy are updated regularly. Please be sure to read the latest updates.

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  • The pricing varies depending on your business needs. The pricing starts from Free Basic account, non-profits, startup, professional and enterprise level. Here is the pricing info.

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Environmental & Sustainability

  • Energy transition refers to the shift in the global energy sector from fossil-based systems of energy production and consumption(oil, natural gas and coal) to renewable energy sources like wind and solar, as well as lithium-ion batteries by the second half of the century. More on energy transition

  • The greenhouse gas emission protocol was developed by a collaborative effort between the World Resources Institute (WRI) and World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD). More on greenhouse gas emission

  • A circular economy is an all-encompassing approach to life and business that aims to create more value and less waste out of the resources we use. More on Circular Economy

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Social and Corporate Responsibility

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    Impact investing refers to investments that are targeted at generating positive social change while making some financial gain. More on impact investing

  • Material assessment is a tool used to identify and prioritize potential Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) issues that are critical to an organization’s success. More on material assessment

  • The Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) is an international, multi-stakeholder and independent non-profit standards organization that promotes economic, environmental and social sustainability. More on GRI

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Disclosure & Policy

  • TCFD is described as a working group whose duties include the setting up of disclosures that are comparable and consistent. They can also be used by organizations to show their commitment to the sustainability of the environment. More on TCFD

  • ESG investing is a term that refers to a growing category of investments that seeks positive returns and long-term impact on society, environment, and the performance of a business. More on ESG Investing

  • Reputation risk refers to the likelihood of negative events, as well as public opinions and perceptions, that are adversely impacting an entity’s income, brand, support, and public image. More on reputation risk

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