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Sustainability Strategy
& ESG Integration

Photography by Kira Oujonkova

What We Offer

​AMNIe offers end-to-end advisory for ESG and sustainability integration in multiple industries. Our goal is to enable a smart dialogue between investors looking to do something good with their assets and legacy, and innovative solution providers. 

ESG & sustainability integration 5-part approach for end-to-end transformation  

1:1 for multi-leadership advisory and micro-advisory packages with our Network Experts for your unique project needs

Workshop design, facilitation and Sustainability Leadership training sessions or corporate team building events

Vendor selection analysis, technology enablement and project management for implementation e.g. GHG tracking, ESG reporting, climate risk SaaS

Organizational Integration

Organizational Integration

AMNIe envisions a world where businesses create a positive, lasting impact on the planet and society while growing profitably. But knowing where to begin with sustainability and ESG can be complicated and confusing. We can help.

AMNIe's Sustainability Integration Approach

Step 1: Ethos Alignment​

Align corporate strategy and purpose based on culture, long-term desired outcomes, and talent development.This is where we define who we are, why we need to exist, and how we will make decisions. 

Step 2: Materiality Assessment​

Conduct a materiality assessment of ESG risks and opportunities relevant to your organization and their order of relevance, based on determined principles of relevance to the company e.g. investor-based materiality versus double materiality (external impacts).    

Step 3: Target Setting  - Compliance vs. Innovation

Determine applicable sustainability, impact, or ESG metrics or goals. Select target frameworks. Baseline year indicators of priority risks, impacts, and other metrics e.g. innovation development budget.  Most importantly, determine whether to pursue a compliance-centric approach or an innovation-based approach to select the appropriate partners for moving forward.

Step 4 for the Innovation Route - Refer to AMNIe's Purposeful Innovation Framework  ​

Portfolio Integration

From ESG to Impact Portfolio Design 

The business case for integrating Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) factors into investment management has been made. Due to the lack of standardization among terms, metrics, reporting frameworks, and regulatory clarity, ESG integration can be an initially daunting and complicated task, yet one that has become necessary. That said, ESG is not the same as Impact. It is important to know the difference to determine which path you choose to go with capital allocation.

Elevating people's understanding of the ESG landscape and pathways to impact.

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