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Whether due to regulation, social change or a new incentive system for subsidies: the relevance of climate protection strategies in the public sector is increasing. But how can implementation and efficient controlling succeed? In the white paper "No transformation without data", our experts explain the critical role of a decisive success factor: ESG data.

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Grafik: Treiber für den öffentlichen Sektor

The public sector in ESG pioneering role - but digital foundations are often lacking

Not least because of the diverse stakeholders - from citizens to employees to industry - the public sector has a prominent role model function in the ESG megatrend. Data-driven, comprehensible decisions are therefore essential. However, data is sometimes not digitised, only incomplete, available in various formats or of poor quality.

Because data is lacking, decisions are based on assumptions or short-term trends

The lack of key figures makes preliminary comparisons and evaluations difficult. Scarce resources can hardly be used in a targeted manner. If administrations do not know, for example, who their ten largest emitters of greenhouse gas emissions are, measures are based on subjective assumptions or observations of short-term trends.

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Grafik: Erfassung und Reduktion von THG-Emissionen

Flexible and scalable data platforms are necessary for ESG transformation

Flexible and scalable ESG data platforms are becoming all the more important for the public sector in view of the desired climate-neutral future, our authors explain in the white paper. They also describe what is important in the strategy implementation in three phases - from the analysis of the initial situation to the implementation and rollout.