Welcome to the ESG Tracker

We’ve designed the simplest way for you to assess and manage sustainability in your business.

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Governance | 10

1 Ownership and minority rights

1 Succession planning

3 Board structure

1 Ethics

1 Anti-corruption

1 Financial reporting

2 Legal compliance and risk management

Commitment | 10

1 Sustainability commitment

2 ESG roles & oversight

1 Strategic integration

1 Policies

1 Training

1 Monitoring

1 Targets

1 Disclosure

1 Stakeholder engagement

Society | 10

1 Addressing social vulnerability

1 Community investment

1 Emergency preparedness & response

2 Protecting human rights

1 Supply chain development

1 Customer protection

1 Societal grievance mechanism

1 Contribution to job creation

1 Protection of cultural heritage

Workforce | 10

2 Employment practices

1 Diversity & Inclusion

2 ILO core labour standards

2 Grievance management

1 Skills development

2 Health & Safety

Gender | 10

2 Women on the board

2 Women employed

2 Women in management

1 Women ownership

1 Women’s health

2 Gender strategy

Environment | 10

Climate change strategic response

GHG emissions

Land management

Ecosystems & animal welfare

Clean water

Clean air

Resources | 10

3 Water use

2 Energy use

Material inputs

Waste management

Innovation | 10

3 Differentiation

2 Designing for the environment

2 Designing for society

3 Sustainable supply chain

What is the ESG Tracker?

The ESG Tracker is an online survey and scorecard that empowers companies and investors to assess, track, and improve their environmental, social, and governance (ESG) performance and impact in line with leading global standards. 

The ESG Tracker reduces time and costs, avoids common pitfalls, and improves the business value of adopting more sustainable practices.

Our eight modules capture and score essential aspects of ESG performance.

Click on the module icons to learn about our scoring >>

Governance | 10

1 Ownership and minority rights

1 Succession planning

3 Board structure

1 Ethics

1 Anti-corruption

1 Financial reporting

2 Legal compliance and risk management

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Commitment | 10

1 Sustainability commitment

2 ESG roles & oversight

1 Strategic integration

1 Policies

1 Training

1 Monitoring

1 Targets

1 Disclosure

1 Stakeholder engagement

2 of 8

Society | 10

1 Addressing social vulnerability

1 Community investment

1 Emergency preparedness & response

2 Protecting human rights

1 Supply chain development

1 Customer protection

1 Societal grievance mechanism

1 Contribution to job creation

1 Protection of cultural heritage

3 of 8

Workforce | 10

2 Employment practices

1 Diversity & Inclusion

2 ILO core labour standards

2 Grievance management

1 Skills development

2 Health & Safety

4 of 8

Gender | 10

2 Women on the board

2 Women employed

2 Women in management

1 Women ownership

1 Women’s health

2 Gender strategy

5 of 8

Environment | 10

Climate change strategic response

GHG emissions

Land management

Ecosystems & animal welfare

Clean water

Clean air

6 of 8

Resources | 10

3 Water use

2 Energy use

Material inputs

Waste management

7 of 8

Innovation | 10

3 Differentiation

2 Designing for the environment

2 Designing for society

3 Sustainable supply chain

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How does it help you?

Benefits for companies and investors

Collecting information in an efficient, meaningful and informative way

Identifying risks and opportunities that make sense to your business and context

Adding business value through strategic insights over time

Enhancing long-term credibility through annual verification

Verifying progress on your sustainability journey

Companies are assessed based on how far they have progressed on their sustainability journey.
This provides context for understanding the Company’s overall ESG scores and is a helpful way to track high-level milestones over time.

  • The Organisation is starting out on its sustainability journey.
  • Management have some awareness of ESG risks
  • The Organisation has not adopted a formal sustainability commitment or ESG management system.
  • The Organisation is aware of key ESG risks
  • It has adopted a formal sustainability commitment
  • It has established ESG management systems for SOME of the material ESG factors for its sector and location.
  • The Organisation has a formal sustainability commitment
  • There are systems to manage MOST MATERIAL ESG ISSUES;
  • It reports publicly on its ESG performance
  • It is exploring avenues for innovation through sustainability.
  • The Organisation has a formal and publicly available sustainability commitment
  • There are systems to manage ALL MATERIAL ESG ISSUES
  • It reports publicly on its ESG performance in line with best practice
  • It actively differentiates its business through products and services with ESG benefits. 
  • The Organisation has exemplary sustainability commitments and ESG systems
  • It is a leader in its sector through sustainability, such as through certification for products and services with ESG benefits and active involvement in voluntary sustainability initiatives.
  • The Organisation is starting out on its sustainability journey.
  • Management have some awareness of ESG risks
  • The Organisation has not adopted a formal sustainability commitment or ESG management system.
  • The Organisation is aware of key ESG risks
  • It has adopted a formal sustainability commitment
  • It has established ESG management systems for SOME of the material ESG factors for its sector and location.
  • The Organisation has a formal sustainability commitment
  • There are systems to manage MOST MATERIAL ESG ISSUES;
  • It reports publicly on its ESG performance
  • It is exploring avenues for innovation through sustainability.
  • The Organisation has a formal and publicly available sustainability commitment
  • There are systems to manage ALL MATERIAL ESG ISSUES
  • It reports publicly on its ESG performance in line with best practice
  • It actively differentiates its business through products and services with ESG benefits. 
  • The Organisation has exemplary sustainability commitments and ESG systems
  • It is a leader in its sector through sustainability, such as through certification for products and services with ESG benefits and active involvement in voluntary sustainability initiatives.

How does it work?

The ESG Tracker survey contains around 200 questions that address the ESG topics covered by leading international frameworks used by investors.

We have tailored our questions and scoring to help you understand how you are managing the most important ESG issues for your business and sector. 

To get started, contact us to arrange a demo and select a package that works for you. 

We will create a profile for your organisation and send you a welcome email with instructions. 

Once you’re set up, you can log in to complete the survey. You can also invite colleagues to help you complete specific sections.

As you complete the survey, you are invited to upload files. This will save you time and effort when we verify your information.

Once you’re done, click “submit” and we will get in touch to request additional documentation (if needed) and interviews with staff to verify your responses. 

You may opt for us to do a site visit to add greater credibility and depth to the analysis.

Once we’ve completed our analysis, we share a comprehensive report and action plan with you. We can then work with you to begin improving performance over time. 

Our modular scoring is a simple and intuitive way for you to interpret your ESG performance and develop targeted action plans

How to use your ESG report

You will receive an ESG report that you can use to

  • Guide internal strategy to improve your performance
  • Differentiate yourself in the market through innovation
  • Engage with potential investors and finance providers
  • Communicate with stakeholders
  • Add to marketing material to boost your reputation

Alignment with international standards

The ESG Tracker is a practical tool aligned with leading international sustainability frameworks, such as the IFC Performance Standards, UN Global Compact, Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD), UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights, Global Reporting Initiative, Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), and the Operating Principles for Impact Management, among others.

In developing our methodology, we identified the core approaches and ESG priorities featured in the leading frameworks used by investors. We combined these in an accessible tool for smaller businesses that don’t have extensive teams and resources to manage their sustainability performance. The ESG Tracker guides you through a process to identify risk and then turn this into opportunity. Your results can be used when you report under a variety of other frameworks and ESG tools.