International standard for certification of a CSR management system

The ESG 1000 standard (ESG for Environmental, Social and Governance - Index 1000) defines the requirements relating to a CSR management system policies. These requirements are used entities to improve its practices in terms of social responsibility, with the view of sustainable development.
ESG 1000 standard can be certified to. The standard therefore is suited to the certification mechanism and is intended to be used by companies or organizations of any type, aiming to add value to their social, ethical, environmental and governance policies. The standard brings together the ESG criteria enabling the measurement and assessment of the impact and the performance of CSR policies of an entity.

THE ESG 1000®

All the measures that the entities have to adopt in terms of CSR

The methods used to assess the level of compliance and effectiveness of the implemented CSR management system, with a view to obtain the ESG 1000 certification.

Your extra-financial reporting efforts simplified

Bring together your extra-financial data in a single complete report.

Regardless the title of a decision-maker, it is essential to provide the guarantee of reliable and transparent information to the various stakeholders, including regulators, particularly with the entry into force of new directives, such as the European Union Directive on reporting dedicated to the sustainable development of companies (CSRD), or others.

Certificate of conformity

Obtaining a certificate of compliance in terms of governance and good CSR practices became an essential component for an organization’s reputation.

ESG 1000 certification is obtained following CSR assessments, using internationally standardized ESG criteria specific to each business sector. The evaluation criteria to the ESG 1000 standard are based on international requirements and are built in a logic of contribution to the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).