True.ESG aims to reorientate businesses and private capital towards a more sustainable future.
If clients don’t have visibility of the sustainability profile of their businesses or investments, they cannot make an effective plan to improve them.
True.ESG provides insights and information to enable clients to begin a sustainability journey, build a roadmap for the future and become part of the solution for a better planet.
True’s Environmental Business Operations Standard is structured as an environmental management system (EMS) that allows businesses of any sector or size to measure, manage, minimise, and continually improve their operational environmental footprint.
By following the five-step modular approach, a business can progress at its own pace, while achieving recognition along each step of its journey towards achieving the standard and award. Achievement allows a business to demonstrate its commitment to addressing environmental concerns. We provide all the information and tools you will need for each step and are available for advice, support, and consultation.
We can also provide additional support to kick-start your organisation’s journey, or to provide quick, responsive help along the way.
Our consultants have significant experience in, organisational and project planning (including timelines and budgets), change management, options appraisal, business case creation, and action plan tracking and reporting.
They will run either remote meetings or face-to-face sessions to define the ‘green team’ and its objectives, circulate and refine Environmental Policy documents and refine Action Plans.
Global regulators have increasingly been paying more attention to the role of ESG factors in investment risk and performance as well as how directing capital to more sustainable businesses supports more resilient economic growth.
Across Europe and beyond, this is driving a surge in regulation to promote transparency, accountability and escalate wholesale adoption of more sustainable practices.
With upcoming changes, including to MIFID II, UCITS and disclosure requirements for asset managers and companies alike, it is increasingly becoming important for businesses to have visibility of their ESG profile.
Armed with this information and the right support, it is our belief that people with the ability to affect positive change will do just that.
The most difficult thing is the decision to act, the rest is merely tenacity.
We need to move beyond guilt or blame and get on with the practical tasks at hand.
Companies that don’t adapt will go bankrupt without question.
Doing the best at this moment puts you in the best place for the next moment.
The earth is a fine place and worth fighting for.