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  • Climate change and emissions reduction (net zero)
  • Land use/ecological sensitivity
  • Air/water pollution
  • Biodiversity/deforestation
  • Waste recycling & re-use
  • Energy efficiency
  • Water management
  • Fresh water availability
  • Circular Economy
  • Diversity, equity & inclusion
  • Employee engagement
  • Human rights
  • Customer satisfaction
  • Wellness
  • Health and safety
  • Community engagement
  • Governing purpose
  • Board composition
  • Ethical behaviour
  • Modern slavery
  • Data protection/privacy
  • Bribery & corruption
  • Risk and opportunity oversight
  • Remuneration & executive compensation

The business world is facing a wave of transformative shifts.

sustainability is a journey, a process of continuous improvement which you can't tick off in one step.

How to Start and Achieve Quick Wins

We make a sustainability assessment. We will calculate the carbon footprint of your business.

  • We’ll provide a sustainability overview of your business, outlining initial steps we recommend for aligning with sustainability reporting practices.
  • We will prepare an emission report for your business.
  • This report will outline how much carbon your company emits
  • You can use this to consider actions for reducing your emissions and answering questions about your impact from customers, investors or employees.

Start developing ESG integration.

  • Define action steps for emission reduction.
  • Leverage current initiatives to develop sustainability practices that will help reduce emissions.
  • We will prepare an integrated Sustainability/ESG report for you.
  • Set you apart in tenders, grants, on your website or in customer communications and content.
  • Improve and track your progress

Developing a sustainability roadmap.

How Conexus.Earth can help?

Carbon Accounting

Sustainability Reporting

Sustainability and Decarbonisation strategy

Learning and Development

Experience Sustainability & ESG transformation!​


ESG stands for Environmental, Social, and Governance. It is a framework used by businesses to evaluate and communicate their impact across these strategic pillars.

Integrating ESG practices can lift your company to another level, enhance your brand reputation, reduce risk, and unlock avenues for securing grants, tenders, and substantial contracts with major suppliers and government entities. Professional advice can help tailor strategies to specific regulatory requirements.

We approach our work by focusing on fundamental questions. What matters most? And where can you make the greatest impact? These questions guide our work. Initiating sustainability practices involves conducting a comprehensive assessment of your operations, a good picture and sense of where your high emissions are, setting clear goals, reducing your footprint where you need to reduce, engaging with employees, partners, and suppliers, and implementing sustainable strategies.

Setting ambitious goals is essential to this — to drive the innovation and collaboration that makes change possible and to be transparent and accountable for your progress.

Sustainability reporting is a practice where business communicate their environmental, social, and governance (ESG) performance to various stakeholders (clients, community, employees, partners, suppliers, investors, and the general public). It involves disclosing information about the organisation’s impact on climate change, sustainability issues and its commitment to responsible business practices.

Sustainability reporting typically includes information about a business’s environmental impact (such as carbon emissions and resource use), social practices (employee welfare, diversity, inclusion, and community engagement), and governance structures.

Governments around the world will require companies to be held accountable and that’s a game changer.

The requirement for sustainability reporting varies by country and industry. Some jurisdictions mandate reporting for certain organisations, while in others, it’s voluntary but strongly encouraged. Globally, there’s a growing trend towards heightened transparency and accountability, making sustainability reporting a proactive TO DO commitment for businesses seeking new directions and opportunities.

While financial reporting focuses on economic aspects, sustainability reporting provides a broader picture by including environmental and social dimensions. It goes beyond financial metrics to address a business’s impact on the planet and society.

Businesses can start sustainability reporting by defining their key sustainability issues, setting goals, collecting relevant data, and choosing a reporting framework that aligns with their objectives. Seeking guidance from sustainability professionals or organisations can facilitate the process.

Definitely, sustainability reporting opens new directions of opportunities.

There are simplified reporting frameworks designed for smaller organizations, making it feasible for them to engage in transparent communication about their sustainability practices. Be a trailblazer, thinking forward, creating partners with synergies, and inspiring others to take action.

Publishing a sustainability report enhances transparency, builds trust with stakeholders, attracts new clients, it positions your business as a compelling company.

Sustainability reports are commonly issued on an annual basis. Regular updates guarantee that stakeholders stay informed about continuous efforts and advancements in achieving sustainability objectives. We can assist you in keeping these improvements updated.

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