- SMEs and housing cooperatives to assess emissions, taxonomy aligment, and other ESG factors cost-effectively
- Ensure access to finance for investment and business development
- Communicate your company’s sustainability and climate actions to customers and other key stakeholders
- Assess the suitability of future investments for green financing
- Take advantage of the growth opportunities offered by the green transition
- esgResilience also supports emissions calculations and climate risk mapping for housing companies
"I had the opportunity to test the esgResilience service during its pilot phase and was pleasantly surprised by the overall experience. Relatively little of my own working time was spent on data entry, and given the time spent, the report produced by the system surprised with its breadth and clarity Highly recommend!"
"I was among the first to become interested in the esgResilience service and had the opportunity to provide feedback on its usability from the housing companies’ perspective. The forms designed for climate risk mapping were easy and clear to fill in. The service provided an interesting overall picture and summary of the housing company's emissions and climate risks. In my opinion it was very useful to have the opportunity to participate in the development of this sustainability service and reporting from the real estate perspective."
"The esgResilience questionnaires tailored for assessing the sustainability of a company's business operations were relatively quick and simple to fill out. The report delivered by the service was easy to understand and, from the respondent's perspective, provided interesting information with surprisingly little effort. Going through the sustainability questions and report was very educational and helps us focus on the material things in sustainable business development. We recognize that these matters will increasingly attract the attention of our customers and other stakeholders in the future."
"Responding to the esgResilience survey and reviewing the report was useful, indicating our company’s main sources of GHG emissions and where we should focus our efforts regarding sustainable business development. We also learned more about climate risks and key concepts related to sustainability reporting. We felt that responding to the questionnaires and going through the report was good preparation for the future, as tightening sustainability reporting requirements will also impact SMEs through stakeholders."
We had appointed our Marketing Director to take charge of our ESG by focusing on reducing the environmental footprint of the packaging components, extending useful life of our products, and looking at the impact of component transportation. The analytics from esgResilience provided us with a valuable overall picture of our emissions profile, which indicated that our company's emissions are below average, and our production process is highly energy efficient. A key finding was the need to focus on the emissions from the electricity used by our products over their long lifespan. We understood that it is important to look at the annual emissions of our products in addition to the whole life emissions, especially as we aim to extend the life of our products. Overall, the exercise was simple to complete providing valuable analytics and insights supporting company’s strategic actions. I warmly recommend the esgResilience service.
In Puuha Group's strategy, ESG is the reference environment that we take into account in our daily operations. To ensure the sustainability of our business in all its aspects in the future, we have assessed the carbon footprint of both our company and our products over the past year, set a target timetable towards carbon neutrality and prepared for tomorrow with a climate risk analysis provided by esgResilience. esgResilience produced a report that brings great clarity to a complex topic, helping us to develop our operations in an increasingly responsible way.
How does the service work?
Go to the pricing page and order a suitable ESG reporting package from the online store. You will receive an email with your login details and access to the service.
It allows you to calculate your emissions, check the taxonomy resilience of your business and map your climate risk profile quickly and easily. The business sector aligned questionnaires have been designed to be as understandable and easy to answer as possible.
The report generated by the esgResilience service enables you to compare the climate risks of your business with industry and country-specific climate targets.
A company’s climate resilience is the ability to cope with change and turn challenges and external crises into opportunities that strengthen sustainable competitiveness. As a result of climate change, many industries will be disrupted. Identifying and preparing for this and other external risks, i.e. strengthening resilience, lays the foundations for sustainable business development.
The climate impact of businesses and investments will increasingly affect the availability and price of finance. Stricter regulatory requirements mean that banks and financial institutions need to understand the sustainability impact of their customers’ business. Development funding and business grants are also increasingly being directed towards businesses that support the green transition and mitigate climate change.
esgResilience provides a comprehensive climate risk profile. We combine company emissions, the EU taxonomy profile and industry specific climate targets in a single analysis. The climate risk profile generated by the tool allows you to communicate the climate impacts of your business to financiers and also to other key stakeholders.
ESG includes environmental responsibility, social responsibility and good governance practices. The service will initially focus on mapping the climate risk profile. Additional functionalities will be added as the requirements of the financial sector become clearer. The esgResilience tool includes the EU’s sustainable finance rating system, the Taxonomy Regulation, which aims to encourage financiers to favour more climate resilient investments. The taxonomy classification is used to determine which economic activities are climate sustainable.
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