Mon Sep 16 2019
WEF ESG Ecosystem Map Acknowledges the AA1000 Series of Standards as Having "Significant Influence" in Advancing the ESG Agenda
The World Economic Forum (WEF) recognized AccountAbility and our AA1000 Series of Standards - alongside the UN Global Compact, Science-Based Targets, the Task Force for Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD), and other key players in the Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) space - as a critical Framework Developer in its ESG Ecosystem Map.
This acknowledgement solidifies the role of the AA1000 Series of Standards in impacting large-scale, integrated, and focused ESG change.
The WEF developed the ESG Ecosystem Map to help organizations navigate the complex sustainability landscape and empower investors to act with confidence when making ESG-informed investment decisions.
The WEF's inclusion of AccountAbility as a Framework Developer in its ecosystem acknowledges our “significant influence" in helping organizations:
View the World Economic Forum's ESG Ecosystem Map here, and learn more about the value of building an effective ecosystem for ESG in the WEF's white paper, "Seeking Return on ESG: Advancing the Reporting Ecosystem to Unlock Impact for Business and Society."