Social Value Experts

Why is ESG reporting is more important now?

ESG reporting is considered more important now more than ever
ESG regulations are being increasingly incorporated within UK Government’s approach to the ‘green industrial revolution’ to help drive set out tangible next steps and very clear milestones to get small and large organisations on track to meet their Social advisory and ESG goals
As COP2026 unfolded, ministers from across the globe signalled their intent to establish leadership in sustainability and bring in new legislative changes for net-zero. More than 130 countries also said they will zero out their impact on the climate in the next half-century, and most countries strengthened their pledges to cut emissions.

ESG analysis has become an increasingly important part of the investment process. Investors are starting to incorporate ESG data into the investment process to gain a fuller understanding of the companies in which they invest. Halfway through President Biden’s first 100 days, Unites States administration prioritised a mandatory, comprehensive framework for company disclosure of environmental, social, and governance matters (ESG). 

ESG Regulation is evolving rapidly and shifting ESG reporting from voluntary to mandatory. The Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (SFDR) has introduced detailed rules for how investment managers need to disclose sustainability.

SMALL BUSINESSES

Raise understanding of why impact management

LARGE BUSINESSES

Raise understanding of why impact management

GOVERNMENTS

Raise understanding of why impact management

INVESTORS

Raise understanding of why impact management