The spotlight on responsible investment and Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) reporting has rapidly increased over the last couple of years. This content library has been created by the Greenstone team to help investors incorporate ESG performance and engagement into their long-term investment decisions and portfolio management strategies.
All you need to know about ESG - What does it mean, why is ESG reporting important and how Greenstone's ESG software can help your sustainability journey
Our ESG glossary consists of key ESG related terms that are defined and explained by our team of sustainability experts. We hope it will assist you in navigating the intriguing and multi-faceted world of sustainability and ESG reporting.
Greenstone was part of the Prop Tech & Sustainability Committee at the CoreNet Global New York City Chapter event, that took place in April 2022. The panel spoke on 'How Companies Are Using Technology To Develop Their ESG'.
Calculating GHG emissions from investments (Scope 3, Category 15) can be daunting for private capital investors. In this article, we focus on this challenging category and outline four key things to consider when launching a program to accurately calculate GHG emissions across your entire portfolio.
In this blog, we have summarised one topic that was covered in a recent webinar on the ‘Dynamic ESG landscape & its intersections with sustainable procurement’ – how ESG disclosure impacts procurement teams. Below are 4 key impacts of ESG disclosure and reporting on procurement teams.
Greenstone has been shortlisted as a finalist in The Drawdown Awards, in the ‘Technology: ESG’ category. The Drawdown Awards celebrate excellence and innovation within private capital fund operations.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission announced the release of proposed rule changes that would require US public companies to include climate-related disclosures, including scope 1, 2 and 3 GHG emissions, in their registration statements and periodic reports. Learn more in this blog.
This glossary, providing definitions of the most commonly used terms and concepts in sustainability and ESG reporting, is designed to help sustainability professionals stay up to date with terms, acronyms, frameworks and reporting standards.
As we welcome in a New Year, the Greenstone team reflects on 2021 and its significance in areas of sustainability, ESG and responsible supply chains. This blog focuses on the top five trends to watch out for in 2022.
Each year, Larry Fink, the CEO of BlackRock, one of the largest asset management companies worldwide, releases a letter to CEOs. In this blog, we summarise some key points of Larry Fink’s 2022 letter to CEOs.
Providing a central hub for the collection and aggregation of Scope 3 data across all 15 Scope 3 categories, Greenstone’s solutions support businesses on their Scope 3 reporting journey, whether they are just starting out or they have been reporting in this area for years.
In this webinar, with a guest speaker from Value Reporting Foundation, award-winning ESG software provider Greenstone discusses how to unlock ESG data to simplify the reporting challenge.
In this blog post, we explore the metrics outlined in these standards, how the relevant data can be collected from portfolio companies, and how private equity managers can stay one step ahead by adopting these metrics to enhance their ESG capabilities.
Larry Fink, the CEO of BlackRock, an American multinational investment management corporation, has released his annual letter to CEOs. In this blog, we summarise some key points of the letter and what they mean for the future of ESG reporting and business.
With the turn of a New Year, sustainability, ESG and supply chain software solutions provider Greenstone, reflects on 2020 and pulls out some key reporting trends to watch out for in 2021. In this blog we highlight the top 5 sustainability, ESG & supply chain reporting trends for 2021.
The Business Intelligence Group named Greenstone’s InvestorPortal software ‘Sustainability Product of the Year’ in the 2020 Sustainability Awards program. This prestigious award recognises Greenstone for its innovation and agility to evolve and develop its software solutions in response to specific market requirements.
As recently as 5 years ago, ESG (Environmental Social Governance) investing was still considered a very niche activity. The most striking development was over the past years. Lately, Private Capital as well as Public Equity funds, are starting to integrate ESG scoring into the analysis of their portfolios.
Investors are now looking for purpose-built ESG software platforms to collect, track and analyse data and material ESG KPIs from their portfolios on an ongoing basis. These are some of the reasons why investors are seeking ESG software to manage portfolio data:
Sustainability is increasingly becoming a big part of most companies. However, many businesses are facing a significant ramp up in investor pressure and ESG information requests. This blogs discusses the importance of long-term ESG data management resilience
Learn more about how Greenstone’s team of sustainability experts can help you to interpret the EU Taxonomy regulation to determine whether or not you need to report, and then formulate a plan for how to comply.
In this blog, we cover some of the essential aspects of the regulation so you can be sure that your company can meet the EU Taxonomy reporting requirements.
Greenstone recently held a webinar on ‘EU Taxonomy for sustainable finance - key impacts for companies and investors’. As a follow up to this webinar, we have compiled a list of the most frequently asked questions from our audience:
This free 30-minute webinar gives an introduction to the EU Taxonomy on sustainable finance. It also covers key implications for companies, investors and issuers, including those reporting under the Non-Financial Reporting Directive. Finally, we give an Introduction to performance thresholds and technical screening plus practical tips on how to incorporate the EU Taxonomy.
In this webinar, Greenstone will give an overview of the key risks and opportunities that ESG presents to private equity firms. This webinar is part of Climate Week NYC 2020