PracticalESG.com is excited to add two new resources to our collection. Our new guidebook “How to Conduct an ESG Materiality Assessment” is designed to help ESG practitioners understand the complex landscape of modern materiality and provides step-by-step instructions on how to conduct a materiality assessment. This incorporates lessons learned from recent events and developments.
We also have a new checklist “Understanding and Improving Your ESG Score” which helps break down how ESG scores work and how your company can influence and leverage these scores.
How to Conduct an ESG Materiality Assessment
This new guidebook is split into two parts, the first discusses materiality in its various forms the second dives deep into step-by-step instructions for designing and implementing an ESG Materiality Assessment. In this guidebook you’ll learn:
- Various definitions of materiality with practical examples
- How materiality factors into reporting
- How to define materiality for your company
- How to identify the ESG issues most relevant to your company
- How to engage with stakeholders on material issues
- The basics of reporting on material issues
- How to move forward after you’ve conducted the assessment
This new Guidebook can be found here and on the guidebooks page of PracticalESG.com
Understanding and Improving Your ESG Score
Our new checklist is designed to help break down the world of ESG ratings. It explores not only strategies for improving scores but also methods for leveraging ESG scores internally to help guide the development of your ESG programs. In this checklist you’ll learn:
- The key differences between types of ESG raters
- How ratings are used by stakeholder groups
- How to interact with data providers
- The limits of ESG ratings
- How to use ESG ratings as a company
This new Checklist can be found on the checklist page of PracticalESG.com
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