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ComplianceESGMarch 04, 2024

5 Ways ESG and EHS will evolve together in 2024

Download this report to learn more about current and future developments impacting ESG and EHS professionals, and key findings from a survey of 150 key decision-makers. The importance of environmental, social, and governance (ESG) issues is rising., With every-increasing regulatory and investor pressures, many firms are seeking to integrate reporting systems and teams, expand emission coverage, increase assurance confidence, and explore how artificial intelligence (AI) can assist with mandates to meet ESG responsibilities.

To understand how businesses and industry professionals are responding and adapting to emerging ESG responsibilities, Wolters Kluwer Enablon commissioned independent research and advisory firm Verdantix to conduct in-depth interviews with 150 key ESG and environment, health, and safety (EHS) decision makers, representing 27 countries and 10 industry verticals.

This report includes five current and future developments that EHS and ESG professionals should be aware of, as well as survey results on key questions.

Key Takeaways

  • How prevalent is the creation of combined financial and ESG reports
  • The level of assurance that firms are seeking for ESG data
  • How widespread is the use of AI for reporting and data management
  • The top ESG challenges and pain points for organizations
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