Your guide to ESG reporting frameworks
Choose the right ESG (environmental, social, and governance) disclosure framework for your organisation or investment due diligence.
Investors, regulators, employees, and customers alike expect companies to provide clear, accurate sustainability reporting. But with so many reporting frameworks to choose from, it can be hard to know where to begin.
We put together this guide to help you navigate your many framework options and choose the right one(s) for your requirements.
Frameworks covered in the guide
Voluntary reporting frameworks
- UN Global Compact
- Walker Guidelines
Laws & regulations
- EU Non-Financial Reporting Directive
- UK Modern Slavery Act
- UK Stewardship Code
- UN SDGs
For each framework, we include:
- A brief overview
- Rio’s take on the framework (how useful we find it and any key considerations)
- A link to the corresponding website so you can continue your research
Start making meaningful change
Well-executed ESG initiatives can offer a number of benefits, such as:
- Increased stakeholder trust
- Reduced energy/water/waste costs
- Better employee productivity
- More strategic resource allocation
- Increased investment value
- Decreased material risks
With the right reporting framework in place, you can keep track of the ESG metrics that matter most to your organisation and investments, and set meaningful goals to improve performance.
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