With ESG, the market isn’t interested in another story. Investors need to understand what companies are actually doing—what companies are investing. What commitments are they making towards these investments, and what milestones are they reaching? Today’s ESG investor needs this data in real time, not just from stale annual CSR reports. As we approach Climate Week, we’re going to be overwhelmed with “greenspeak” (and probably greenwashing). This webinar features our materiality dataset to show investors how they can cut through the noise to understand what companies are actually doing when it comes to ESG.
For companies, Climate Week is an opportunity for the world to see what actions they’re going to take to mitigate and adapt to the climate crisis. The event is hosted annually by the Climate Group in connection with the United Nations.
However, this is also an opportunity for firms to make commitments, often with little accountability or specifics. Investors need to understand what companies are actually doing when it comes to ESG and how much they are investing. What commitments are companies making towards these investments, and what milestones are they reaching?
In order for market participants to be rigorous in their ESG analysis, they must cut through the noise of Climate Week and get to the actuals within investments, commitments, and milestones in real time, not from stale annual CSR reports. This webinar demonstrated how our Materiality dataset can help investors cut through the “greenspeak” to find the ESG data that really matters.
Amenity’s latest Materiality analytics delivers more specifics on ESG disclosures at the entity level: