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What is ESG Metrics?

ESG metrics are quantitative measures used to evaluate a company’s environmental, social, and governance performance. Examples include carbon emissions, water usage, workforce diversity, and board independence. These metrics help investors assess the sustainability and ethical impact of their investments. Companies use ESG metrics to track progress, set targets, and improve performance. Standardized metrics enhance comparability and transparency in ESG reporting.

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