Developing an actionable ESG plan starts with a durable and sustainable business strategy. It’s about how you improve your operational, asset and supply chain performance, and how you report this in a transparent way to inspire trust in your company. By setting the right ESG goals and reporting on progress, your company can demonstrate performance to your customers, investors, banks and important stakeholders. Ultimately, this will help you in reaching your long-term business goals and contribute to a more sustainable future. 

To read more about ESG and how you can improve your ESG performance, see DNV’s insight articles, or take a look at our ESG services to see how we can help bring your ESG to life.

ESG is not just accounting

ESG is about the goals you set to decarbonize. It’s ensuring that your value chain respects human rights. ESG is about having transparent processes so that your customers can trust what they are buyin...

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Insights

  • Maritime

Decarbonize shipping

The pressure is on for the maritime industry to decarbonize. To help navigate these complex challenges, DNV has gathered up-to-date information to help turn uncertainty into confidence.

  • Other sectors

ESG reporting – assessing for the future

Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) performance shows how a company is addressing sustainability challenges. When combined with financial indicators, this gives a more complete picture of the risk and opportunity profile of a company for stakeholders.​ Head of Sustainability Development and Climate at DNV, Ellen Skarsgård, and Environmental Analyst, Katerina Tzafilkou, reflect on how ESG reporting requirements might change in the future and how DNV works with customers to help them bring their ESG strategy to life.

  • Other sectors

Three stories that show the power of Social criteria in ESG

Over the past five years, social criteria in ESG (Environmental, Social, Governance) have evolved from a sign of good corporate citizenship to a requirement to satisfy growing demands from governments, shareholders, investors, and the public for more transparency.

  • Other sectors

Managing the 'S' in ESG

Social criteria in ESG reporting refers to how a company interacts with employees, suppliers, and society at large.

  • Other sectors

Listening to stakeholders is good governance

Boards that tune into stakeholder demands truly support decision-making and build resilience.

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