ESI Monitor helps organisations measure and manage their environmental and social impact and exposure, whether in their internal operations, supply chain, or investments. Our clients can understand and improve their impact on the world, while adapting to a future shaped by climate change and other forces.
Using our platform and services, organisations rapidly develop independently verified, best in class, GHG emissions reductions and reduced environmental impact. These reductions position our clients to operate in markets where increasingly high environmental and social standards are expected.
We also support our clients to understand and assess their exposure to environmental, social, and governance risks and opportunities, and evolve rapidly to more sustainable and resilient business models.
Measurement is essential if we are to begin a transition towards sustainability. After all, we can’t manage what we can’t measure. Therefore, all of our products, accreditations, and services are built around the process of measure, then minimise, then continually manage.
With our accreditations, the process of measure, minimise, and manage also allows us to playback information to organisations regarding their performance relative to both their industry and other industries to help them further improve into the future. ESI Monitor also uses this data privately to report on the progress, shortcomings, and points of improvement for whole industries and jurisdictions.
The users of our products and services range from organisational to individual and, as we incubate new ideas, we look to be as inclusive and impactful as possible across society. Our accreditations are aimed at all businesses and organisations, our environmental and social data are informative to all, and our Carbon Offset+ products are aimed at users of different forms of transport.
ESI Monitor is mapping the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and targets into our frameworks and measurements, so that businesses can also report on their SDG alignment.
Providing verified SDG performance data for businesses will be a significant contribution to the private sector, fulfilling its commitments and obligations to the SDGs through accredited businesses’ performance against the goals.