Manage and Report on Your ESG and Sustainability Performance
Collect key data and report on your ESG metrics efficiently,
accurately, and in alignment with relevant standards and frameworks.
IsoMetrix's ESG on Lumina software platform
Track, calculate, and report on key ESG metrics
Track, calculate, and report on your greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and other key ESG metrics in alignment with international carbon emissions and ESG frameworks and standards.
Increase visibility on your ESG actions and performance
ESG performance dashboards increase ESG awareness and visibility throughout your organization, in turn assisting you to reduce your environmental impacts, and positively affect social factors such as your diversity and inclusion metrics.
Meet your ESG governance requirements
Meet your governance reporting requirements with regards to your executives, investors, customers, rating agencies, regulators, and operational stakeholders.
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Key ESG metrics
The IsoMetrix Lumina ESG solution caters specifically for some of the key metrics frequently used by companies to measure their ESG performance, including:
IsoMetrix Lumina supports you at each stage of your ESG process
With dedicated functionality at every phase, you can be assured of fulfilling all your ESG stakeholder requirements.
Do you know your ESG terminology?
ESG reporting frameworks and standards
Companies have realized that they need to start taking ESG management and reporting seriously, but may have little idea how to start, or where to begin. By using ESG reporting frameworks and standards, companies can standardize the types and scopes of information they collect. These frameworks provide useful standardization measures to help organizations measure, manage, and report on their sustainability targets.
The Greenhouse Gas Protocol is an organization that provides standards, guidance, tools, and training for business and government to measure and manage climate-warming emissions. Its Corporate Standard classifies a company’s GHG emissions into three ‘scopes’ – Scope 1 emissions, Scope 2 emissions, and Scope 3 emissions.
STBi (Science-Based Targets initiative)
The SBTi is a coalition established in 2015 which aims to enable companies to set emission reduction targets in line with leading climate science. Offering a range of target-setting resources and guidance, the SBTi independently assesses and approves companies’ targets in line with its strict criteria.
Path to net zero
Reaching a state of net zero means that whatever carbon emissions are added to the atmosphere, they need to be removed or offset somewhere else, so that a state of equilibrium is reached. As many businesses and organizations are ‘carbon positive’, getting to a net zero state is a common objective. Their ‘path to net zero’ is the set of actions they’re taking to reach this objective.