New Industry Risk Analytics reveal ESG footprint of 74 industries globally
Identify material sustainability issues in your supply chains
New Industry Risk Analytics identify ESG footprint of 74 industries globally
We have launched a new Industry Risk Analytics service to help companies measure and assess their industries’ impact on, and exposure to, 16 environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues in 198 countries.
The unique data sets encompass 74 industries and have been developed to guide responsible investment strategies, enhance sustainable procurement strategies and identify where in the value chain a company is most exposed to issues such as corruption, modern slavery and air quality.
Identifying exposure to material sustainability issues
Although companies around the world are steadily improving their sustainability management, their association with issues such as water pollution, carbon emissions, labour rights and corruption vary significantly across industries.
The onus is increasingly on business to minimise impacts on stakeholders and the environment in which they operate.
“Regulators, business leaders, consumers and investors alike want to be certain their operations are not linked to ESG violations,” says Stefan Sabo-Walsh, Head of Value Chains.
“This has intensified the need for third-party, unbiased risk assessments which accurately and objectively identify and rank ESG risks across a wide variety of business functions.”
Stefan Sabo-Walsh, Head of Value Chains
The Industry Risk Analytics blend our locational risk assessment data with industry specific risk scores to provide a transparent view of the most material risks associated with an organisation’s operations, supply chain or investment portfolio.
In providing evidence-based adjustment scores for 74 industries, this new dataset allows users to build a comprehensive understanding of their industries' ESG impact, alongside the risk posed by an industry to a country’s sustainability performance