Companies that use natural resources responsibly and minimize pollutant emissions not only protect the environment. They reduce regulatory risks and thus benefit their economic success.
Responsible companies are committed to treating all external and internal stakeholders fairly. They engage in the communities in which they intervene and thus create acceptance for their actions.
Companies that treat their employees fairly, pay them fairly, have transparent decision-making processes and create a safe working environment are also economically successful.
The climate strategy assesses the company's trend in terms of CO2 savings and climate-friendly trends.
The proportion of women plays a greater role in the social risk assessment, as this provides a good indication of how companies are positioned.
Here, contracts and revenue streams are analyzed to determine if sales fall back on business with alcohol, tobacco or weapons.