"Reporting non-financial data is a key part of investment decisions."
The impact of the company on the environment, including climate change, air and water pollution, use of natural resources, a closed loop economy, the state of water and marine resources and the protection of biodiversity and ecosystems
Verification of the company's social norms, such as employment policy, employees in the value chain, social environment, relations with consumers and impact on local communities
Analysis of business practices such as governance structure, internal control systems, ethical policies, quality of reporting, but also relations with shareholders and investors
In addition to regulatory requirements, more and more companies are choosing to publish ESG reports to demonstrate their commitment to sustainability and increase investor and customer confidence
The platform streamlines the work of sustainability experts, allows them to see more through advanced data analysis and work more efficiently. With the platform, the ESG department can effectively manage environmental data, automate processes related to reporting and monitoring of environmental impacts, and achieve its goals.
In the face of increasing regulatory and societal pressure for sustainability, many companies need to align their operations with increasingly stringent norms and standards. This often requires a great deal of resources and time, posing a significant challenge for many companies. Envirly's solution is the answer to these needs.
In addition to companies covered by regulatory requirements, more and more companies are choosing to publish ESG reports to demonstrate their commitment to sustainability and increase investor and customer confidence. With Envirly's tool, you can do this without specialist knowledge.