Today’s ever-changing business context demands challenging the status quo, thinking differently and improving sustainability approaches. Our thinking decodes complexity, grounds conversations in critical trends, and advances ERM’s commitment to shaping a sustainable future.
A new report by The SustainAbility Institute by ERM explores ways to understand and implement innovative climate scenario analysis and is designed to engage stakeholders at the most senior levels within companies.
This report addresses the challenges companies face in complying with the requirements of the new EU Taxonomy Regulation. It seeks to answer key questions on lessons learned from the first year reporting, challenges for companies in striving for Taxonomy-alignment, and how Taxonomy-style reporting fits into the evolving global landscape of ESG and sustainability reporting.
Joe Rizzo, Project Manager with ERM CVS, discusses how the delivery of a company's sustainability strategy depends on the tone set from the top – board, audit committee, chief sustainability officer – and their approach to managing sustainability priorities.
Following their previous blog, the Rate the Raters research team examine six of the key challenges that face ESG raters today.
Andrew Angle and Aiste Brackley at the SustainAbility Institute by ERM, and Giulia Carbone at the Natural Climate Solutions Alliance discuss the high potential of Natural Climate Solutions and the Voluntary Carbon Market, and the guide for C-Suite Executives launched at this year’s Climate Week in NYC.
A new guide by the SustainAbility Institute by ERM and the Natural Climate Solutions Alliance provides a comprehensive overview of the opportunities associated with NCS and their numerous socio-economic benefits to local communities and society at large.
The Rate the Raters research team capture some of the questions surrounding today’s ESG ratings landscape, and why the the results of the 2023 iteration of this study will be more crucial than ever.
The Benchmarking Air Emissions report uses publicly reported data to compare the emissions performance of the 100 largest power producers in the United States.
Emily Brock discusses how, with the passage of the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022, the United States Congress finally makes good on decades of promises to enact meaningful legislation to address climate change.
ERM and EDF+Business conducted interviews and a survey to understand the obstacles companies face when pursuing their climate goals and the catalysts that might help to overcome them.
On behalf of Ceres and Clean Air Task Force, this analysis was updated in July of 2022 comparing the total reported methane, carbon dioxide, and nitrous oxide emissions—as well as relative emissions intensity—of nearly 300 U.S. oil and natural gas producers.