• Gustavo Bernal Torres

Geospatial ESG

A report on the emerging application of geospatial data for gaining ‘environmental’ insights on the asset, corporate and sovereign level

  • Starting with the current data landscape, the document runs through the open ‘environmental’ geospatial data portfolio, outlining its strengths and weaknesses. From this vantage point, the report outlines three case studies in Brazil across differing scales, highlighting various key metrics.

  • The document demonstrates that it is possible, even with limited resources and only open data, to generate robust geospatial ESG insights that often can be scaled globally – aiding financial institutions to better differentiate environmental impact at different scales and across different applications.


Source: https://www.wwf.org.uk/sites/default/files/2022-01/Geospatial_ESG_Report.pdf

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