Environmental Social Governance
“Triple bottom line (TBL), in economics, believes that companies should commit to focusing as much on social and environmental concerns as they do on profits. TBL theory posits that instead of one bottom line, there should be three: profit, people, and the planet. A TBL seeks to gauge a corporation’s level of commitment to corporate social responsibility and its impact on the environment over time.”Investopedia
The bottom line is the final total of an account or balance sheet. In 1994, the bottom line concept was essentially transformed because of the entrepreneur and business writer John Elkington. The triple bottom line was coined. The three bottom lines (Profit, People, and Planet) harmonise seamlessly with ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance) that the corporates are coping with nowadays. ANewR as an environmental consultancy is undoubtedly a part of the ESG action. Since 2014, we have joined the ESG movement hand in hand by providing sustainability consultation, emission factor calculation, ESG reporting, and ESG Dashboard for our clients.
Why ESG matters to corporate?
If not act on it, the corporates will be regarded as obsolete.
They may fall into a reputational crisis.
The far-reaching environmental and social impacts.
Sustainability is the total cost of doing business.
People and planet seem intangible; It is tricky to measure and communicate solidly for something uncertain.
How to measure
Who are we? ANewR Consulting Group has been venturing into environmental areas since 2008. Instituted by a team of seasoned environmental experts, acoustical specialists, and electronic engineers, we are proficient in rendering one-stop environmental and digital services to public and private sectors across Asia and Europe. Why do we want to combine digitalisation and environmental service? Digitalisation empowers cities with inclusion capability. We see social inclusion by facilitating stakeholders’ comprehensive engagement to contribute their viewpoints on infrastructural schemes to investigate the best to dwindle the potentially far-reaching impacts.
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