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SASB Sustainability Metrics

SASB financial materiality standards are focused on ESG factors that represent core, industry-specific value drivers. The standards enable the assessment and communication of the sustainability risks and opportunities that matter most to investors.

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Developed by the experts
Developed by the experts

Developed by Sustainability Accounting Standards Board with industry-specific disclosure topics, technical protocols, accounting, and activity metrics.


Industry-specific ESG metrics populate dashboards to provide real-time data insights for decision-makers.

Drive ESG Performance

Drive ESG Performance

The SASB industry standards enable companies and investors to measure, manage, and report on business-critical ESG risks and opportunities. SASB’s sustainability topics are organized under five sustainability dimensions: environment, social capital, human capital, business model and innovation, leadership, and governance.


Investors can combine the SASB metrics with additional risk information to generate useful, high-quality performance data and evaluate it against SASB disclosure topics.

SupplyShift licenses and applies the SASB Materiality Map® and full Standards in our work.

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With SASB Sustainability Metrics, you’ll be able to…


  • Use financially material ESG data to understand risk and inform investment decisions
  • Use standard data reported by companies to fulfill requirements for mandatory sustainability disclosures
  • Determine your portfolio’s exposure to specific ESG risks and opportunities.
  • Companies and investors can identify the SDG targets most relevant to financial and operational performance in a given industry.
  • Allocate financial capital and resources where they can best contribute and create value.
  • Investors can focus risk and sustainability strategies on the most important issues and understand the metrics for each disclosure topic.
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