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The Amenity ESG model employs contextual analysis and language patterns to provide investors with real-time, broadly aggregated, and unbiased environmental, social, and governance-related evidence and scores. Our ESG team has developed a taxonomy of 25 events across three dimensions (E, S, and G). These events can be viewed in sum to represent the ESG profile of a given company or analyzed individually. Our foundational taxonomy is flexible and can be customized to reflect your investing strategy.

Environmental Taxonomy

  • Clean Technology: Improvement to and/or implementation of technology to reduce or offset the negative environmental impacts of operations
  • Climate Risk: Efforts to lessen climate change risk/impact or to adapt to natural and man-made disasters within operations and supply chain
  • Environmental Commentary: General and uncategorized commentary around environmental issues
  • Environmental Regulation: Ability or failure to meet new environmental regulations or changes to existing ones
  • Pollution Management: Activity regarding levels of land, water, or atmospheric pollution within operations and supply chain
  • Resource and Biodiversity Conservation: Consumption of non-replenishable resources and efforts to protect biodiversity within operations and supply chain

Social Taxonomy

  • Access and Affordability: Actions to improve(or prevent) access to and usability of products to reach a more diverse customer base
  • Community Engagement: Cooperation and collaboration with communities directly and indirectly impacted by operations
  • Reputational Profile: Impacts on the company's overall public perception
  • Corporate Philanthropy: Charitable donation of funds, services, or facilities
  • Diversity and Inclusion: Developing, training, and engaging diverse talent; efforts to build an inclusive work environment
  • Harassment and Assault: Developments regarding sexual harassment, assault charges by company executives, or harassment policy
  • Human Capital: Efforts to drive employee engagement or developments related to organized labor actions
  • Social Commentary: General and uncategorized commentary around social issues
  • Supply Chain: Company's treatment of workers outside of the company and within the supply chain
  • Workplace Safety: Developments related to safety standards of the labor force and accident prevention

Governance Taxonomy

  • Governance Commentary: General and uncategorized commentary around governance issues
  • Management Structure: Commentary around changes to management structure, independence, or control and implications for company policy
  • Legal Regulatory: Company's compliance (or lack thereof) with regulation, engaging with the minimal requirements of relevant and changing laws
  • Shareholder Engagement: Efforts to engage shareholder resolutions or mitigate shareholder activism.
  • Transparency and Disclosure: Measures of a company's level of transparency in disclosure practices of accounting, as well as environmental and social impacts of operations and supply chain
  • Cyber Risk: Protection of customers' personal information and prevention of cyber-attacks and/or data breaches
  • Product Quality: Efforts to maintain or improve the quality of a product/service to protect the well-being and safety of end-users
  • Ethics and Anti-Corruption: Adherence to company policies to avoid potential controversial employee actions that may damage the company


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