ESG Reporting

Companies globally are feeling increasing pressure to provide the market and regulators expanded disclosure on their Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) programs. Corporations facing significant challenges to fulfill these requirements are engaging ESG consultants and seeking robust data collection and management solutions to support their needs. That is where we come in, confidently choose Toppan Merrill for your (ESG) Reporting needs. Our end-to-end solution and partnership with Nasdaq remove the design and data barriers.

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Premier partnership with Nasdaq

Our partnership allows you to easily collect the reporting data (including DEI and climate/environmental data) to supply to our Toppan Merrill expert support team to generate the ESG report​ and offers a competitive central repository for ESG data gathering management and reporting.

How does Toppan Merrill help?

Let us help you streamline your ESG reporting process. From data collection to design, we offer an extensive solution to help you streamline, coordinate and elevate your documents.

  • Crafting and Reviewing: peer group review, analysis of current published reports and SEC filings
  • Review and discussion of unifying documents
    • What are you disclosing in other shareholder reports that can be shared in the ESG report
  • Risk assessment
  • Content and messaging review and suggestions
  • Design support with a branding review and coordination of content of all published documents
  • Easy iXBRL tagging options

Download Samples

Download and review a recently completed ESG Report by a Fortune 500 company.

Want even more design tips and tricks? Check out the recording of our Unifying Design webinar.

Updates and Insights

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Updated: September 20, 2023

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Whether you are in the exploratory phases or ready to move, we are ready to learn about your needs and find the right solution.


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What is a Corporate Sustainability Report?

A Corporate Sustainability Report (CSR) is a report published by companies to show their environmental and social responsibility and their results. Overall, it is a way to show internal and external stakeholders the company’s commitment to sustainability. For support and additional information, explore our Annual Meeting and Proxy Solutions.

What is SASB, the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board?

Founded in 2011, the SASB (Sustainability Accounting Standards Board) is a non-profit organization located in California. SASB was established with a goal to create standards for companies to disclose and report financial sustainability information. For support and additional information, explore our corporate compliance solutions.

What is climate disclosure?

Climate disclosure references the Climate Risk Disclosure Act of 2019, requiring public companies to disclose more information about their exposure to climate-related risks, which will help investors appropriately assess those risks. However, climate disclosure became a hot topic before the Act passed. It became a topic of conversation for investors in the 1970s when the SEC, Securities and Exchange Commission, initially launched its efforts to provide investors with information about the potential environmental risk associated with public companies.

For many years the SEC provided additional related guidance to climate disclosure. However, on March 21, 2022, the SEC went beyond guidance, when they proposed a significant rule adjustment. The SEC stated under the proposed rules changes, accelerated filers and large accelerated filers would be required to include an attestation report from an independent attestation service provider covering Scopes 1 and 2 emissions disclosures, with a phase-in over time, to promote the reliability of GHG emissions disclosures for investors. The proposed rules would include a phase-in period for all registrants, with the compliance date dependent on the registrant’s filer status, and an additional phase-in period for Scope 3 emissions disclosure. For support and additional information, explore our Annual Meeting and Proxy Solutions.