Header Top Bar

WhatsApp Us +65 8699 8821

ESG Reporting 101: What Are the Components of an ESG Report?

What is an ESG Report?

An ESG report involves non-financial factors to publish a business’ performance and impact throughout various sustainability topics across environmental, social, and governance (ESG) frameworks.

Ultimately, it aims to determine, analyse, and reduce ESG risks.

Related Read: Your Quick Guide to ESG Compliance in Singapore

What Makes an ESG Report?

An ESG report comprises various components, such as:

  • Climate Impact
  • Resource Efficiency
  • Employee Welfare
  • Human Rights
  • Corporate Governance
  • Ethics

What Are Some ESG Frameworks Used for ESG Reporting?

Here are some of the notable ESG frameworks that are more widely used to measure and report ESG:

  • Global Reporting Initiative (GRI)
  • Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD)
  • Sustainability Accounting Standards (SASB)
  • International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC)
  • Business Responsibility and Sustainability Report (BRSR)/Singapore Exchange (SGX)/HK A7
  • Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark (GRESB)

ESG Reporting 101: What Are the Components of an ESG Report

Contact our advisors today!

Let InCorp help you with your ESG report!

About the Author

InCorp Content Team

InCorp's content team includes talented copywriters from our regional group and globally. We contribute informative, thought leadership, and market-trending articles to guide aspiring business entrepreneurs to a higher level across the Asia-Pacific region.

More on Infographics

Contact Us