ESG risk rating can give companies visibility into suppliers’ exposure to long-term environmental, social, and governance risks.
Four Pillars Aligned to the United Nations SDGs
and World Economic Forum
The context in which businesses now operate has been transformed by climate change, nature loss, social unrest around inclusion and working conditions, COVID-19, and changing expectations of the role of corporations. To continue being successful, businesses need to actively assess, monitor and report their impact on the environment and people.
Rebirth Analytics has developed its ESG rating risk assessment based on a core set of “Stakeholder Capitalism Metrics” (SCM) recommended by the World Economic Forum.
Principle of Governance
The definition of governance is evolving as organizations are increasingly expected to define and embed their purpose at the center of their business. But the principles of agency, accountability, and stewardship continue to be vital for truly “good governance”
An ambition to protect the planet from degradation, including through sustainable consumption and production, sustainably managing its natural resources, and taking urgent action on climate change, so that it can support the needs of the present and future generations.
An ambition to end
poverty and hunger, in all
their forms and
dimensions, and to
ensure that all human
beings can fulfil their
potential in dignity and
equality and in a healthy environment.
An ambition to ensure
that all human beings
can enjoy prosperous
and fulfilling lives and
that economic, social
progress occurs in
harmony with nature.
Our team uses 21 critically important metrics to monitor supplier performance against environmental, social, and governance (ESG). All metrics are organized under four key pillars: Principles of Governance, Planet, People, and Prosperity
By actively assessing suppliers against these metrics, a company can demonstrate its commitment to sustainable value creation as well as diligently review all possible risks, including suppliers’ greenhouse gas emissions, diversity, and inclusion, pay equality, and incidence of child labor.