Sustainability creates new opportunities

With common goals, agreements and regulation, the world has a common climate action agenda, which has accelerated the move towards the green transition. So as a company it’s important that you identify your company’s sustainability risks and take them under control.

Working actively with sustainability can create opportunities for your company to stand out from its competitors. Today sustainability considerations should be integrated in all parts of your company, from strategy to business activities. Demands from consumers and stakeholders are stricter than before, and sustainability factors are increasingly being considered by all stakeholders in your company.

Sustainability is more than just climate and environment

Many people equate sustainability with environmental and climate issues, but sustainability is also about social aspects and corporate governance. One way to promote sustainable development through business is to combine profitability with environmental considerations and community engagement and focus on the long-term rather than short-term gains.

What does ESG reporting cover?


  • Climate change
  • Carbon footprint
  • Use and handling of commodities, water and energy
  • Area usage
  • Biodiversity
  • Waste management


Social responsibility

  • Human rights
  • Labour rights
  • Child labour
  • Equality and diversity
  • Health and safety
  • Consumer protection
  • Privacy protection and information security

Corporate governance

  • Transparency and openness
  • Reporting
  • Audited reports and audit
  • Board composition and independence
  • Accounting risk
  • Aggressive tax planning
  • Bribery and corruption

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