ESG Data Guide 2023

Nasdaq - Nasdaq ESG Data Hub

Data category

  • Environmental data
  • Social data
  • Governance data
  • Rankings
  • Ratings

The data offers solutions for:

  • Carbon footprinting
  • Climate scenario analysis
  • Environmental impact analysis and insight
  • Investment decisions and portfolio insight
  • Nature-based information
  • Nature-based information: Biodiversity
  • Nature-based information: Land use
  • Nature-based information: Oceans
  • Nature-based information: Water
  • Reporting: EU Regulations
  • Reporting: Impact
  • Reporting: SFDR
  • Reporting: TCFD
  • Reporting: UN SDGs
  • Social impact analysis and insight

Who are the data users?

  • Investors
  • Financial institutions
  • Tech platforms

Brief description of the data offering

Nasdaq has built out a marketplace dedicated to specialist ESG data. Via a user friendly, easy to navigate platform, Nasdaq enables seamless access (via Cloud APIs) to ESG data sets created by experts, that provide detail on the topics that matter. The data is well structured, ensuring that investors can seamlessly integrate detailed data on the topics that matter, and focus on making a difference with their investment decisions. The data sets on the Hub include gender equality data, carbon emissions data, reputational risk data, clean technology investment data, deforestation data, to name a few.

Where and how do you source your data?

The data is largely sourced from third parties, whose data Nasdaq re-distributes. The sources these data providers leverage ranges from company disclosed sources, through to satellite imagery and news coverage.

What is the cost for your data offering?

Dependent on the data set and use case.