An ESG report, also known as a sustainability report, is a document published by an organization that discusses the Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) impacts of the company’s products and activities. Accordingly, ESG reporting allows the organization to be more transparent about the risks and opportunities it confronts. Additionally, an ESG report outlines the quantitative and qualitative outcomes of a company’s ESG initiatives. As a result, investors can evaluate a corporate’s investment opportunities based on its ESG report and avoid enterprises with the risk of environmental harm, social blunders, or corruption. To improve its ESG score, a company can implement various Environmental Management Systems (EMS), including ISO 14001. Particularly, establishing an EMS can help your business to gain credibility by demonstrating that your products and services satisfy the environmental protection expectations of all stakeholders, including consumers, partners, employees, investors, etc.