Voluntary ESG reporting: What are the benefits?

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New regulations for ESG disclosures are on the rise, but they are still regional, limited, and mostly cover publicly traded companies or those above significant revenue thresholds and employee counts. At the same time, voluntary reporting on environmental, social, and governance (ESG) activities has gone mainstream.

 

Ninety three percent of companies on the S&P 500 produced sustainability reports in 2021. And Bloomberg anticipates global assets under management will exceed $53 trillion by 2025 – up from $37.8 trillion in 2021. This begs the question: Why are companies choosing to invest in voluntary ESG reporting?

 

Download this guide to learn more about the benefits of voluntary ESG reporting. We’ll also share tactical implementation steps so you can align with your company’s mission and goals. It includes:

  • The top 5 benefits to voluntary ESG reporting
  • What to include in your reporting
  • Practical steps to get started now

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