Greenwashing in ESG reporting: risks, consequences, and strategies for transparency

The PwC’s Global Investor Survey 2023 revealed that 94% of investors expressed skepticism towards the validity of corporate sustainability reporting, citing unsupported claims. This is based on a comprehensive survey encompassing 345 investors and analysts from 30 countries and territories with 65% of respondents at organizations with total AUM of more than $1 billion. This […]

ISAE 3000

OUR COMMITMENT The same, high-quality standards as financial data, applied to ESG To ensure your audit-readiness, Deepki is the first ESG SaaS provider for real estate to obtain an ISAE 3000 type 1 attestation. This gives assurance of all our quality control processes, which are essential to support you in providing reliable ESG indicators. The […]

How Deepki helped its clients improve their 2023 GRESB performance

An unprecedented number of participants took part in last year’s GRESB assessment: 2084, compared to 1820 in 2022. This trend highlights a widespread shift towards taking measures to meet climate goals. The growing number of entities reporting on their ESG data through GRESB illustrates the need to optimize assets’ ESG credentials to improve funds’ attractiveness, […]

What’s new in Deepki Ready: a look at this quarter’s releases

A collaboration by Maria Eugenia Ortiz and Kahina Hamouche. This blog post takes you through the most recent product releases within Deepki’s end-to-end ESG platform, Deepki Ready: the Investment Plan, ESG Reporting, and Supplier Account Management features.  We invite you to dive into these robust new capabilities designed to prioritize investment decision-making, streamline reporting processes, […]

The rise of ESG: sustainability reporting’s integration into auditing 

From financial to ESG audits  Financial statement auditing has long been a standard practice by skilled professionals following strict standards. However, the landscape of corporate operations is evolving, with a growing emphasis on non-financial information, especially in Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) aspects. This has led to the inclusion of sustainability reporting in company disclosures. […]

Carbon accounting

Definition Carbon accounting is a necessary step for companies that aim to manage, align, and control their emissions. It refers to the processes required to measure the amount of carbon emitted, avoided, or removed by an entity (e.g., an asset or business) over time. It allows companies or entities to monitor and report these emissions […]

Beyond green buildings: integrating social aspects into ESG practices

As numerous companies actively pursue sustainability goals to reduce their carbon footprint and enhance the well-being of building occupants, certifications from widely recognized standards such as the UK-developed BREEAM, U.S-led LEED, or Australia-born Green Star, alongside more specialized programs like AirRated, are experiencing heightened demand. Traditionally concentrated on environmental concerns, these certifications are undergoing a […]


The perfect fit

ESG: An operational shift for real estate companies

In an era where sustainability is not merely a buzzword but a strategic imperative, real estate companies find themselves at the forefront of operational change. Integrating Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) factors has transitioned from a trend to a pivotal aspect of success for companies seeking long-term resilience and value creation. In this blog, Deepki […]

6 reasons why building archetype clustering can level up your ESG strategy

Buildings and constructions account for a substantial portion of global energy use and greenhouse gas emissions. Indeed, globally, buildings and structures are responsible for 36% of the final energy use and 39% of the energy-related CO2 emissions. Therefore lowering the energy consumption in this sector is a crucial component for achieving a sustainable energy transition. […]

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