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Utilize Zuno Carbon as your end-to-end ESG reporting solution

Why is ESG reporting software important?

ESG reporting software allows your to enhance your sustainability practices, so you can:

  • Meet mandatory reporting regulations and guidelines with ease.
  • Foster transparent reporting practices.
  • Produce compliance-ready reports for stakeholders and investors to communicate ESG progress.
  • Improve brand reputation and image to conscious consumers.
  • Improve risk management through a better understanding of environmental impact and risks.
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Who should consider doing ESG reporting?

Publicly listed companies
(depending on location and local regulation of the stock exchange).

Companies preparing to be listed on a stock exchange that mandates ESG reporting.

Companies which are part of a supply chain of a company which is mandated to report

The simplest way to get an ESG report for your frameworks and material topics

Most used ESG reporting frameworks

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Global Reporting Initiative

A non-profit organisation that has developed a comprehensive sustainability framework for companies to report on their activities. The reporting covers a company’s impact on society, the environment and the economy and aims to ensure transparency and accountability.

Carbon Disclosure Project

A global system for investors, companies, cities, states, and regions to disclose their environmental impact. Companies receive a carbon disclosure rating after reporting so investors and stakeholders can understand the sustainability practices of the company.

International Financial Reporting Standards

Effective from 1st January 2024, IFRS S1 and IFRS S2 are standards to guide companies when reporting on sustainability and climate related risks and opportunities that they face. The IFRS is established and monitored by the International Sustainability Standards Board (ISSB).

Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures

Provides transparent, high-quality financial disclosures for companies to follow when reporting on climate-related risk exposures. This information is relevant for investors, lenders and stakeholders.
*TCFD has now been disbanded with monitoring taken over by the IFRS

Why choose Zuno Carbon for your ESG reporting software

  • End-to-end ESG solution to measure and manage your ESG data.
  • Alignment with most globally used frameworks.
  • Step by step reporting guidance.
  • Flexible and customisable reports.
  • Share platform data with auditors, investors and certification bodies to improve collaboration and auditability.
Zuno Carbon's ESG reporting screen

Hear from our customers

Alan Wong
Chief Financial Officer - Olive Tree Estates

Zuno Carbon assisted us in calculating our baseline carbon footprint for Scopes 1 to 3 for Singapore and our associate projects in Vietnam. Their platform allows for the data collated and emission factors to be transparent and accessible for ongoing tracking. The Zuno Carbon team has been very organized and professional.

Ysabela Narvasa
ESG Associate - Wavemaker Partners

I would definitely recommend Zuno Carbon. GHG Reporting is new to us, but using the platform has been seamless and intuitive.
Since the start, the team has been completely on top of the project. My confidence in working with the Zuno team comes from their awareness of capacity and value for credibility.

Talk to our team of experts to get started on your ESG reporting

Frequently Asked Questions

Who can issue ESG reports?

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ESG reports are issued by companies looking to disclose their sustainability practices. The published report showcases a company’s initiatives, progress and strategy in regards to the environment, social and governance activities. Reports can be generated using third party software, such as Zuno Carbon.

Who audits ESG reports?

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Often certified independent auditors will be engaged to review and audit a company’s ESG report to ensure accuracy and transparency in the reporting data. The results will then be viewed by different groups, such as:

Regulatory bodies - to ensure that companies are meeting reporting standards and regulations.

Holding companies -  who require their subsidiaries to produce ESG reports.

Investors - to understand opportunities and risks in relation to a company’s environmental, social and governance practices.

Customers - who are looking to make sustainable buying choices.

Why our customers choose Zuno Carbon as their carbon intelligence solution

Zuno Carbon's compliance with GHG protocol and ISO14064

ISO27001 certified, ensuring data safety and security

Zuno Carbon's integration for real time data update

Guidance by our team of sustainability experts

Zuno Carbon's comprehensive emission factors database

Platform integration for real-time data updates

Zuno Carbon's sustainability expert value proposition

AI-assisted workflows to reduce manual processing


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