Global ESG research
ESG research data
A rich source of environmental, social and governance (ESG) research data, providing performance information for in-depth, socially responsible investment analysis.
Thomson Reuters provides structured and standardized ESG research data, at a time when responding to issues like climate change and executive remuneration can be as important as traditional financial metrics when evaluating corporate performance.
Our comprehensive ESG database contains information on over 5,000+ global companies and over 400 metrics, including all exclusion (ethical screening) criteria and all aspects of sustainability performance.
The data is gathered from publicly available information sources and is manually collected to ensure that the information is standardized, comparable and reliable. All of the ESG data collected is quality controlled and verified in a rigorous process by our experienced analysts and robust automated checks.
Content and features
Screen your global equity and fixed income holdings, accessing data on over 5,000+ companies.
Raw data download to Microsoft Excel
Import any of our 400+ metrics straight into Excel with a few clicks
Ethical exclusion datapoints
Perform your ethical compliance screening on a range of criteria like alcohol, armaments and gambling.
News and controversies
Screen companies for controversies published in the media on a wide range of ESG themes or topics.
Templates and customization
Download ready-made templates via the Datastream Sample Sheets.
Real-time sustainability data from TruValue Labs, Inc.
Generate real-time sustainability data, insights and ESG ratings for over 8,000 publicly traded companies across global markets.
Markets and industries
Thomson Reuters ESG data provide the greatest depth and breadth of content in the industry to support a wide variety of research projects.
Screen your global equities and fixed income holding or benchmark your portfolio based on granular ESG data or composite ratings and charting templates.
To analyze and compare their data against peers to gain better understanding of how they are perceived by investors and the general public.
Investment banking and advisory
Gain insights into the corporate structures and performance of the largest companies worldwide.