Covalence approach is based on multiple sources of information and relies on web monitoring, artificial intelligence together with human analysis. We oppose ESG data publicly reported by companies (disclosure) to online narrative content reflecting the views of stakeholders such as NGOs and the media (reputation). This approach allows users to track inconsistencies, monitor changes and benefit from timely alternative data. The information is delivered in an actionable format to support ESG risk exposure mitigation and long term value creation.
The data is classified according to 50 Environment, Social, Governance (ESG) criteria inspired by the Global Reporting Initiative’s sustainability reporting guidelines. Due to its high level of granularity it can also be translated into Sustainable Development Goals as well as for thematic and customised approaches.