Sustainability Assurance is a third-party process of ensuring that your company’s sustainability report meets certain standards. Therefore, ensuring that what they say is true. An assurance report of your Sustainability Report is key to build the credibility of your sustainability Practice with regulators, investors and stakeholders. We at The Sustainability Practitioners understand this and facilitate it through a ‘Principle’ based approach to Sustainability Report Assurance, which is evidence based and can stand up to scrutiny by regulators, investors and stakeholders like.
A sustainability assurance is a process that validates your company’s Sustainability practice through your Sustainability Report and evaluates the performance of your organization in relation to its sustainable development goals. This includes an analysis of both internal and external factors affecting the organization’s sustainability practice, reporting and data management system.
A 'Principle' based approach to Sustainability Reporting Assurance discusses the Sustainability Report and Practice quality regardless of the framework used for reporting. The quality of the report and practice is backed by a robust data and evidence collections and reporting. This is in line with the requirement of investors, regulators and stakeholders to be assured of the ‘meaningful’ purpose and impact of the sustainability practice of your company.
An assurance of your company’s practices will consist of self-evaluation of four specific areas to start with.These are Sustainability Strategy, Environment, Social & Governance. This is then followed up by our auditors for “Limited” Assurance or “Reasonable” Assurance as required by you. We follow a ‘Principle’ based approach to ‘Sustainability Assurance’. To know more email us at email@example.com