Strategic Focus: The Role Of Sentiment Monitoring Technologies For ESG & Sustainability
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ESG risks have taken centre stage in many organizations due to increasing pressures from stakeholders, customers, investors, shareholders and suppliers. Failure to effectively manage these risks can result in significant financial costs and reputational damage. Digital tools for sentiment monitoring allow investors and ESG decision-makers to track stakeholders’ attitudes towards ESG issues, allowing a better understanding of how different factors and events may impact a firm's ESG performance. This report will explore the benefits, limitations and use cases of sentiment monitoring tools to guide corporates and investors in making informed ESG-aligned decisions.
Table of contentsSentiment monitoring solutions contribute to ESG and sustainability performance management
Five use cases of sentiment monitoring tools for ESG and sustainability
Organizations must be aware of sentiment monitoring limitations
Firms should consider sentiment monitoring tools to improve ESG risk management
Table of figuresFigure 1. Data architecture and use cases of sentiment monitoring analysis
Figure 2. Five use cases of sentiment monitoring analysis