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A specialist ESG consulting firm helping businesses progress with purpose & impact.

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ESG Consulting Australia

How can ESG Consulting Help?

ESG stands for Environmental, Social & Governance. ESG consulting shapes and measures a business’ commitment to eco-friendly practices, their ethics and relationship with employees, consumers, clients and stakeholders, and the processes and procedures that embed their principles.

ESG consultants determine what actions can be taken to build on these efforts, identify risks and areas of improvement, and flag opportunities within the company’s portfolio and approach to business. ESG consulting involves undertaking risk assessments and due diligence, as well as preparing reports and measuring impacts.

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Our Difference

The 7 Principles Of Progress

Our framework for authentic impact.



Achieved through transforming structures and processes.



Impacts everyone and is done for everyone.



Is delivered from a place of integrity.



Can involve speaking truth to power which takes leadership.



Is communicated well in a manner that builds momentum.



Takes vision and an open mind to new ideas from new sources.



Involves stakeholders who have not been heard before who will be awakened by the chance to participate.

98 per cent of investors now evaluate ‘non-financial disclosures’.

Boards are working out how best to meet public and investor expectations on sustainability and long-term value: and to square this with short-term demand for earnings

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What We Do

The world of impact is moving fast. Through ESG consulting, we help businesses learn, build, innovate and collaborate in emerging areas

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value of Australian impact investment products as at 31 December 2019
countries have now set or are considering a target of reducing emissions to net zero by mid-century.
of Australians want to see investors committing to protecting indigenous cultural heritage.
is the limit global warming needs to be at by 2050 to honour the Paris Agreement

More than 90 per cent of Australian CEOs say a sense of corporate purpose is increasingly shaping their capital spending and driving financial performance,

amid growing pressure from investors, regulators and their own staff to prioritise environmental, social and corporate governance concerns.

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