ESG refers to the consideration of environmental, social and governance factors, alongside financial factors in investment decision-making processes.

The impact of environmental, social, and governance issues in relation to financial performance, both in the corporate community and the investment community, is increasingly becoming recognised.

As a result, many investors are looking to incorporate ESG factors into the investment process alongside traditional financial analysis.

Sustain Quality route to ESG

We understand sustainability challenges within the built environment.

We work within your organisation to both plan and execute a sustainability strategy that is measurable and can be continuously improved.

Our route to ESG in three steps:

The Survey

We identify what is important for your organisation.

We review existing Policies and Actions related to those important issues.

Then, we create an achievable and reliable an Action Plan.

The Survey

The Action Plan

We provide support on delivering the Action Plan.

The Eco Audit is a tailor-made assessment, which will introduce ESG strategies, educate and engage your organisation in a sustainable culture.

The strategy may involve Carbon Counting, Life Cycle Assessment, Environmental Policy, Energy Feasibility Studies, Workshops and many more.

Third Party Certification is an assessment based on a suitable third-party certification scheme such as BREEAM In-use, Reset Air, Fitwell, EMS/ISO Accreditation, GRESB, WELL building, Certified B Corporation.

Continuous Improvement

Celebrate & keep developing the Action Plan to continuously improve ESG strategies.

ESG investing and the United Nations’ Sustainable Goals

The rising prominence given to ESG performance and ratings within the financial and investment community aligns with the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) set out in the UN’s 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. (Appendix A).

The goals recognize that ending poverty and other deprivations must go hand-in-hand with strategies that improve health and education, reduce inequality, and spur economic growth – all while tackling climate change and working to preserve our oceans and forests.

More sustainable, responsible and impactful, or ESG, plays a pivotal role in the global implementation of the 2030 Agenda.


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