How a High Street U.K. Bank Reflected Its Values and Ethics Through ESG Ratings and Reporting
By receiving an ESG Risk Ratings License from Sustainalytics, The Co-operative Bank could better communicate how its ESG Risk Rating reflected its values, policies, and programs around environmental, social, and corporate governance (ESG) issues.
How a Malaysian Port Operator Effectively Measured Its Impact on Local Communities
Westports Malaysia wanted to understand the extent of its corporate impact on the local economy, as well as its contributions to the surrounding community. The company was aware that its operations affected the lives of nearby residents, but they wanted to quantify that impact with factual evidence.
How a Business Service Management Platform for Cloud and IT Evolved Its ESG at Strategic Scale
BMC Software gained the holistic view of its environmental, social, and governance efforts the company needed to measure its impact, understand how it could scale ESG programs, and communicate successes to stakeholders.
How a Leading Infrastructure and Facilities Conglomerate Successfully Linked its Sustainability Ambitions to its Financing
In pursuing a sustainability-linked loan (SLL) and obtaining a second-party opinion on the KPIs tied to it, Downer secured credibility for its sustainability commitments, while also achieving its financing objectives.
How a Credit Union Analyzed Its ESG Gaps and Set Its Sights on Leading in ESG
The insights and data gathered from Sustainalytics’ ESG Performance Analytics reinforced First West Credit Union’s values-based approach to business and spurred the company to strive for additional positive impacts within its operations, for its members, and for its community teams.