ESG – document your sustainability

Sustainability reporting is increasingly important to financial institutions and large companies, due to the new legal requirement from the European Commission to report sustainable investments. This creates a trickledown effect to the agricultural sector, of which production influences both the climate and the environment.

If you own and farm land it is an advantage to begin to document your sustainable efforts and areas of actions in an Environment (E), Social (S) and Governance (G) report. ESG-reporting can be business opportunity for farmers and land owners who farms or would like to farm with more sustainable methods such as No-till, Conservation- or Regenerative Agriculture. The documentation functions as a sustainability assurance and risk assessment to your stakeholders.

ESG reports on the environmental, social and governance standards of a company, which includes reporting the company’s CO2 emissions. Agroganic partners with Agreena in calculating the CO2 emissions from farmland and productions. Thus an ESG report will imply a membership at AgreenaCarbon.

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