Non-Financial Reporting (ESG)

ESG reporting is the reporting in which an organisation transparently presents its operational data on environmental, social and governance aspects to its stakeholders.

The increase in the negative effects of climate change, the tendency to manage and control environmental processes, transparency and respect for human rights have led to an increase in non-financial reporting practices in recent years. In the 2021 Global Risks Report published by the World Economic Forum, environmental issues are among the highest risks in terms of impact and probability increase for the next 10 years. This situation shows that non-financial indicators of companies can also lead to economic results and directs companies to disclose, manage and control their social and environmental impacts. Similarly, in Turkey, with the announcement made by the CMB in 2020, the principles that publicly traded companies are expected to follow and comply with while operating in environmental and social areas have been announced. In addition, ESG processes are encouraged within the scope of the United Nations Principles for Responsible Investment, and both the number of signatories and the amount managed are increasing every year. ESG activities are related to the United Nations sustainable development goals of ‘responsible production and consumption’ and ‘climate action’.

Non-Financial Reporting (ESG)

The increase in the negative effects of climate change, the tendency to manage and control environmental processes, transparency and respect for human rights have led to an increase in non-financial reporting practices in recent years. In the 2021 Global Risks Report published by the World Economic Forum, environmental issues are among the highest risks in terms of impact and probability increase for the next 10 years.

Non-Financial Reporting (ESG)

This situation shows that non-financial indicators of companies can also lead to economic results and directs companies to disclose, manage and control their social and environmental impacts. Similarly, in Turkey, with the announcement made by the CMB in 2020, the principles that publicly traded companies are expected to follow and comply with while operating in environmental and social areas have been announced. In addition, ESG processes are encouraged within the scope of the United Nations Principles for Responsible Investment, and both the number of signatories and the amount managed are increasing every year. ESG activities are related to the United Nations sustainable development goals of ‘responsible production and consumption’ and ‘climate action’.

ESG Reporting for Transparent Sharing

By disclosing environmental, social and governance related information in a report, the company’s progress in these areas can be viewed against benchmarks and targets. In this way, communication and information sharing are made with many stakeholders, including investors, employees and customers. Transparent reporting also fosters the accountability needed to develop collaboration and actionable solutions.

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