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Environmental, Social, and Governance Reporting

Opportunities beyond compliance

The relevancy and prevalence of environmental, social, and governance (ESG) factors continue to grow and potentially impact a company’s long-term value and success. Investors are increasingly utilizing ESG reporting to inform investment decisions, and in some cases, they are scrutinizing ESG as much as operational and financial factors.

Equipped with extensive industry insights and knowledge, we partner with you to develop robust ESG strategies that go beyond compliance to resonate with stakeholders, secure investments, promote sustainable business practices, and deliver long-term value.

Custom ESG Reporting

The regulations, frameworks, and standards for ESG reporting are continually evolving. We work with you to build an ESG report that applies the most relevant ESG frameworks and topics and considers industry, stakeholder, and material factors.

Recognizing that comprehensive data is an integral aspect of ESG reporting, we collect and analyze the relevant ESG indicators to provide accurate, and detailed ESG metrics. We can also provide you with Greenhouse Gas (GHG) data management and visualization tools to help your organization collect and manage Scope 1, 2, and 3 emissions.

Once we have completed a robust data analysis, we will help you build an ESG narrative that is meaningful, impactful, and an accurate representation of your company’s ESG strategy.

  • Benchmarking
  • Materiality Assessments
  • Goals and Target Setting
  • ESG Data Analysis
  • Educational Workshops
  • Social Impact Studies
  • GHG Emissions and Reduction Strategies
  • Decarbonization Roadmaps

Actioning Your ESG Goals

With clients predominantly in the natural resource sector, we thoroughly understand the industry’s prevalent ESG and economic issues. Our experience delivering sustainable business practices and commercializing leading-edge innovation can help you realize your pathway to a lower-carbon future. 

Whether we support you with managing water efficiently, lowering emissions, reducing environmental impact, or developing social improvement plans, all actions can contribute to your ESG strategy and energy transition roadmap.

  • Low Thermal Distillation
  • Biogas & Biomethane
  • Pumped Hydro Storage
  • Produced water recycling
  • Mineral Extraction
  • Geothermal support
  • Water repurposing
  • Wetland carbon sinks
  • Passive water treatment
  • Bio-char utilization

ESG Support Services

ESG reporting is amplified when your organization can demonstrate a consistent and integrated approach to your ESG strategy. The following services develop quantitative and qualitative touchpoints to support your next project and help ensure ESG is built into your culture, business plans and long-term strategy.

  • ESG educational workshops
  • Ratings assessment
  • TCFD scenario analysis 
  • Social impact studies
  • Environmental protection assessments
  • Risk assessments & estimating
  • Carbon credit appraisals
  • Climate change advisory
  • Energy transition consultation
  • Environmental monitoring
  • Remote data tracking
Chat with our sustainable infrastructure advisors:
Yves Matson
Yves Matson
Yves Matson

Director, Strategic Development

Jeff C
Jeff C
Jeff Coombes, MSc.

Manager, Strategic Development

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