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Global knowledge exchange for Sustainability Information and Reporting

Making scarce expertise accessible through global collaboration as a public good

Mandatory sustainability reporting is new

for most organisations around the world. 

On the front-line for this task

will be reporting officers.

Many aren’t prepared 

> They don’t know how to compile reports

> They don’t know what to include

Best practice How-to Playbooks

for decision-useful sustainability information are being curated from global best content by expert members of The ESG Exchange Technical Committee and will be made freely available through The ESG Exchange.

Unlock scarce global expertise

 These Playbooks will help people globally in to embed in their organisations what is required across all sizes and types of organisations operating in any industry and any country. They will be applicable for all people in any role and in any profession.

Collaborating, working hand-in-hand with all roles in your organisation , The ESG Exchange will help you facilitate your organisation’s journey to decision-useful sustainability information. 

Making it less burdensome

and more straightforward to embed sustainability reporting activities across your organisation. The How-To Playbooks guide organisations to publish comparable (between organisations), assurable (trustworthy), repeatable (comparable over time), decision-useful, digital sustainability information in any required format.

What do others say?

Professor Mervyn King

Chair Emeritus of the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), founding Chair of the International Integrated Reporting Council 

ESG is about

Sustainable Performance

over the Long Term

Mary Adams and Peadar Duffy in discussion

“a wake-up call for every ESG practitioner”

Desiree Fixler, DWS whistleblower 

talks to Prof Bob Eccles

The ESG Exchange has convened a unique global ecosystem of organisations all doing their best to support organisations to embrace sustainable development – the world’s leading standard setters, regulators, assurance providers, advisory firms, advocacy groups, professional bodies, educators and experienced corporates.

 

The ESG Exchange has convened a unique globally representative body of experts volunteering their time to impart their expertise into How-To Playbooks to assist organisations around the world as a public good.

The ESG Exchange works to rapidly globalise scarce sustainability reporting know-how and expertise though a tech-enabled platform.

 

The ESG Exchange does this through two committees which:

(i) Establish global collaboration across the whole ecosystem of sustainability reporting associated organisations.

(ii) Build consensus among the world’s experts on what and how organisations should embed sustainability competencies and capabilities.

(iii) Curate How-To Playbooks using existing expert know-how and content.

 

The ESG Exchange equips organisations to publish comparable, assurable, repeatable, decision-useful, digital sustainability information.

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The Advisory Committee is comprised of the ecosystem of organisations involved in sustainability information and reporting.

 

The Advisory Committee collaborates to establish solutions to systemic issues and sustainability reporting dilemmas. 

 

Think Tanks are being established to bring the relevant parties together and build consensus on the way forward to solving systemic sustainability issues such as ‘Digitizing the Lost World of Scope 3’.

 

The work of the Advisory Committee helps organisations to do their part by directing the development of How-To Playbooks by the expert members of the Technical Committee.

 

In this way, The ESG Exchange helps the ecosystem to focus energy and limited resources to solving sustainability issues.

The Technical Committee is comprised of the world’s sustainability and sustainability reporting experts.

 

The Technical Committee works to curate How-To Playbooks which will be ready for publication by the end of 2023

 

How-To Playbooks will be accessed by logging in to The ESG Exchange free of charge together with Discussion Forums and Searchable Content.

 

In this way, The ESG Exchange will help all organisations globally by:

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