Sustainability Reporting

MarinaChain provides the following services for shipping companies, ports and terminals, and logistics to help them in decarbonisation.

ESG reporting is vital for companies

Paris Agreement
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Emerging regulations
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Costs will mount
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ESG reporting benefits your business — and we are here to assist you in that journey

Sustainability Reporting for Global Enterprises

Many countries worldwide have made sustainability reporting mandatory for listed companies or companies that reported revenue over a certain size. This means businesses meeting these criteria must disclose their environmental, social, and governance (ESG) information by law. Even if not legally required, there are numerous benefits to implementing sustainability reporting.

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Enhanced reputation and risk management
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Competitive advantage
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Access to capital
GHG Protocol

GHG Protocol is the key to any sustainability reporting — calculate your carbon footprint across Scope 1, 2, and 3, and make informed decisions for effective emissions reduction and sustainability strategies.

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Sustainability benchmarking
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Stakeholder trust
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Risk mitigation
TCFD

TCFD helps investors to understand how companies are managing their climate-related risks and opportunities. Therefore it is essential for companies to provide TCFD in order to ensure long-term resilience and responsible decision-making in a changing climate.

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Improved decision-making
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Investor confidence
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Stakeholder engagement

The world's leading companies are already using sustainability reporting for their practices

Source: KPMG Survey of Sustainability Reporting 2022, KPMG International, September 2022

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is ESG?
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ESG stands for Environmental, Social, and Governance. It evaluates a company's sustainability and societal impact, considering factors like climate change, labor practices, diversity, and corporate governance.
Why is ESG reporting important for my business?
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ESG is valuable for individuals, investors, and clients as it enables them to assess a company's alignment with their values and evaluate its overall worth for their specific objectives. It serves as an indicator of a company's operational efficiency and preparedness for future risks and opportunities.
Why should I consider ESG or sustainability reporting?
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ESG/sustainability reporting assesses a company's ESG practices, offering insights into its readiness for potential risks and opportunities. Through reporting, companies disclose their financial performance, preparations for regulatory compliance, and efforts to minimise climate impact. This enhances the company's reputation, positioning it ahead of competitors and unlocking opportunities with financiers and investors.

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