ESG – Climate Change Data
Dashboard Example

ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) reporting is now becoming the norm for many progressive organisations. Disclosure of performance in relation to material ESG risks and opportunities, both qualitatively and quantitatively, to explain how these material topics inform a company’s strategy and overall performance. ESG reporting and the opportunity for organisations is now a growing realisation.

Organizations are now urged to drive climate action. Set targets for achieving net zero carbon emissions by 2050, with greater prosperity for all. Organisations are now being held accountable to drive climate change.

To facilitate organisations to get started The MGlobal Approach was to download the available public data from the World Bank, then undertake data trend analysis, and data visualisation to get an insight of impact of the trend for any country over the years plus make benchmark comparisons of selected countries.

These  case study examples of the ESG – Climate Change Data – Dashboard  illustrates how any organisation can gain insight of climate change to enable them to get started, become progressive and  be more innovative, increase operational performance, and increase profitability and community responsibility.


ESG – Climate Change Data Dashboard Example
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