Quick description

CSRHub is a web-based tool that provides access to employee, environmental, community and governance ratings on most major companies in North America, Europe and Asia. Aggregates CSR/ESG metrics from over 800 sources to produce a consensus signal on corporate non-financial performance.

CSRHub partners with ESG data providers by extracting the consensus component of their ratings and using it to construct a set of stable, broadly comparable, consensus ratings of entity ESG performance.

CSRHub is a leading independent, global Environment, Social and Governance (ESG) ratings and information database.  CSRHub’s business intelligence system measures the ESG business impact that drives corporate and investor sustainability decisions. CSRHub covers over 50,000 companies and provide ESG performance scores on over 30,000 companies from 134 industries in 154 countries. CSRHub’s Big Data platform uses algorithms to aggregate, normalize and weight ESG metrics from over 800 sources to produce a strong consensus signal on corporate sustainability performance. 

Managers, professionals, academics, analysts, and API partners use CSRHub to benchmark company performance, learn how stakeholders evaluate company CSR practices, uncover new ways of understanding how ESG factors influence portfolio performance, and seek ways to create a more sustainable economy. 

CSRHub is a privately held B corporation.  Its mission is to use transparent access to ESG data to improve corporate ESG performance and global sustainability. CSRHub is an Organizational Stakeholder (OS) of the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI).

Sustainable finance associated use case

  • Portfolio Alignment (Other)
  • EU Taxonomy (DNSH (Climate Change Mitigation, Climate Change Adaptation, Water, Circular Economy, Pollution, Biodiversity))
  • Macro Scenarios
  • Shareholders Engagement
  • Social Safeguards
  • Corporate Governance (Stakeholder Dialogue, Accounting Transparency)
  • Business Ethics (Anti-competitive Practices, Corruption and Instability, Financial Transparency)
  • Environmental Impact (Climate Change Mitigation, Climate Change Adaptation, Water, Circular Economy, Pollution, Biodiversity)
  • Social Impact (Employment, Workers, Consumers, Communities, Human Needs, Economic/Infrastructure)
  • SDGs Contribution (No Poverty, Zero Hunger, Health Well-being, Quality Education, Gender Equality, Water Access, Energy Access, Labor Conditions, Industry & Innovation, Reduced Inequalities, Sustainable Cities, Climate Action, Underwater Biodiversity, Land Biodiversity, Peace & Justice, Partnerships)
  • Physical Risk (Chronic Risk (Temperature Rise, Sea-level Rise, Biodiversity Loss, Ocean Acidification))
  • ESG Risk Assessment
  • Sustainability Rating (Corporate Rating (Best-in-class, Best-in-universe, Best-effort), Country Rating)
  • Footprints (Carbon (Scope 1, 2, 3, 4), Air Pollution, Forest, Water, Biodiversity)
  • Impact Measurement (Other)
  • Reporting (CSRD)
  • Controversies (Environmental (Static), Social (Static), Governance (Static))