End-to-end Environmental Social and Governance (ESG) management and reporting services. Define your material topics, manage your ESG program with confidence, and communicate effectively with your people and the market.

Delivered by one of the few sustainability practitioners in Australia certified by the two internationally leading ESG reporting bodies, GRI and ISSB.


Why establish an ESG management and reporting program:

ESG is no longer a nice-to-have or a gesture of goodwill. Companies with good ESG management are associated with strong risk management, less volatility, and lower cost of debt*. 

Companies with best practice ESG management and reporting programs:

 • Allocate their ESG budget to where it actually matters

 • Meet their regulatory requirements

 • Provide investors, business partners and shareholders with the data they need to meet their own regulatory requirements

 • Mitigate previously unforeseeable risks and capitalise on new opportunities

 • Create opportunities for more sources of capital

 • Respond to growing consumer demand

 • Attract and retain top talent


ESG materiality assessment

Where it all starts. Determine which ESG topics are actually relevant to your business. Options for single or double materiality assessment, depending on your business objectives.

Gap analysis
Once we’ve determined your material topics, we assess the gap between where your performance is at now and where it should be to achieve your business objectives.

ESG roadmap
A high level plan for bridging the gap between your current and desired ESG performance. Your roadmap is unique to your business; it will consider your budget, other resources and your business objectives.

Risk management and governance integration
Integrate ESG into your risk management and governance frameworks.

ESG Policy
A policy that describes your approach to ESG. This policy cannot be drafted without an ESG management program in place.

Modern Slavery Policy
A policy that describes your approach to managing your modern slavery risks. This policy cannot be drafted without a modern slavery management program in place.

Climate competent boards
Directors have a fiduciary responsibility to adequately consider climate change risks as part of decision-making. This high level education program equips your board with enough information to apply climate-related systems thinking to its company decisions. Moreover, the program is delivered with information specific to your company.

ESG Reporting
GRI, SASB, ISSB, TCFD compliant.

ESG communications
Internal and external communications to inform your organisation, customers and investors about your ESG program.

* Source: Yasser Eliwa, Ahmed Aboud, and Ahmed Saleh, “ESG Practices and the Cost of Debt: Evidence from EU countries,” Critical
Perspectives on Accounting, 2019.