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White Papers

The team at ESG PRO work across a multitude of sectors, and we are steadily expanding our library of original and informative White Papers to educate and inform business professionals on their sustainability journey. Each contains a series of short articles, addressing the unique challenges faced. Coming soon, Education and Agriculture.

There’s a powerful relationship between consumers and brands in the tourism and travel sector, one built on hope and trust. It can be harmonious or brittle, and perceptions can change in an instant.

Consumers are challenging the sector by being selective with their spending. Your brand must reflect their values, and this is where ESG – Environment, Social, and Governance – enters the frame.

The pressure is most definitely “on” for the construction sector to embrace its Environment, Social, and Governance, or ESG, obligations. All UK companies bidding for government contracts worth more than £5m must commit to net zero by 2050 and, in the EU, the sector must manage the mandatory disclosure of the emissions potential of new buildings over their life cycle.

The sector remains responsible for as much as 40% of global energy consumption, and 30% of greenhouse gas emissions. Of this, 8% of global carbon emissions stem from the four billion tonnes of cement used every year.

Supply chain pressures are reaching an inflection point for the manufacturing industry: your carbon footprint, the embodied carbon of what you produce, and how your business is run (the ESG part) must be addressed. Fast.

What are the implications of ESG reporting, and how can ESG contribute to increased competitiveness while simultaneously reducing your cost of capital? Discover the answers to these questions and more in our insightful guide.


Matt Whiteman

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