We used our tried-and-tested approach to help engineering partnership Troup, Bywater & Anders (TB&A) create its first sustainability strategy
ESG materiality assessments: sustainability reporting and strategies
A materiality assessment identifies and prioritises the environmental, social, and governance (ESG) issues that have the most significant impact on an organisation and its stakeholders, and it must be the foundation for developing any sustainability strategy or reporting process.
Our approach to ESG materiality assessments involves:
Who should you be talking to and why? We regularly manage stakeholder engagement, helping you understand what information to gather, from which internal and external stakeholders, and how best to collect it. The outcome of this is rich information on your most material and pressing issues.
Future trends analysis
What will the world look like in future, and are you equipped to adapt to it? Understanding the trends that are impacting on your sector will enable you to future-proof your sustainability strategy and be fully equipped to seize emerging opportunities and manage risks.
Gap analysis and competitor analysis
Are you focusing on the right things? What are others doing? We can work with you to conduct a thorough review of your current sustainability activity as well as competitor activities. This will enable us to map your activities against the material issues identified through stakeholder engagement and future trends analysis.
The team at Bioregional has helped us build on previous sustainability successes with a knowledge-based and focused approach to deriving our Sustainability Plan - aligning with the UN Sustainable Development Goals and areas where we can make real difference.Peter Anderson Managing Partner, Troup Bywaters + Anders
Book a call with our experienced Head of Sustainable Business, Sian Cooke for a time that suits you. You're welcome to book a chat even if you're not 100% sure what you're after, or which of our services may be for you.