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Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG)

Nowadays, corporation sustainable developments become one of the major concerns of government and investors to make investment strategy. Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) is a framework for assessing and guiding how an organization can contribute to sustainable development and social responsibility in these three areas. Companies that conduct their business in a responsible and sustainable way are more likely to deliver value in the long term. Investors are also increasingly considering ESG factors to help manage their investment risks.

  • Environmental criteria may include a company’s energy use, waste, pollution, natural resource conservation, and treatment of animals.

  • Social criteria examine how it manages relationships with employees, suppliers, customers, and the communities where it operates.

  • Governance deals with a company’s leadership, executive pay, audits, internal controls, and shareholder rights

ESG criteria impact all companies, across various industries, including corporations, investors and rating agencies. Corporates utilize ESG information for decision making and stakeholder communication. The ESG information disclosed to the public has been widely used by investors and ESG data providers. However, companies vary in maturity when it comes to controlling the production of ESG information, which leads to a big challenge for all the players in the market – the quality of ESG data.


We provide data Collection and analysis, improving solutions including carbon / Energy Audit to explore carbon reduction opportunities and air and water pollution monitoring solutions as well.

企業可持續發展成為政府和投資者制定投資戰略的主要關注點之一。環境、社會和治理 (ESG) 是一個框架,用於評估和指導組織如何為這三個領域的可持續發展和社會責任做出貢獻。以負責任和可持續的方式開展業務的公司更有可能實現長期價值。投資者也越來越多地考慮 ESG 因素來幫助管理他們的投資風險。

  • 環境 : 標準可能包括公司的能源使用、廢物、污染、自然資源保護和動物處理。

  • 社會 : 標準檢查它如何管理與員工、供應商、客戶和經營所在社區的關係。

  • 治理 : 涉及公司的領導層、高管薪酬、審計、內部控制和股東權利


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