How (& Why) Companies Use Visuals to Communicate ESG Goals and Progress

In this 14-page thought piece, Labrador explores different types of visual elements that companies have used in their ESG reports to display progress towards meeting their ESG goals. With over 50,000 US-based companies reporting under the new Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) and its European Sustainability Reporting Standards (ESRS) next year, many will be grappling with the best way to disclose their emissions reduction targets and demonstrate year-over-year progress towards meeting them.

Visuals is one way to do it – and this thought piece includes a number of real-life examples of how companies are leveraging them in their ESG reports. Check it out…

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