A metric asks a question about a Company. Each metric's question can have one answer per company per year.
Are women over or under-represented in management positions?
Where is the company headquarters located?
What percentage of the company's employees are temporary (as opposed to permanent)?
What percentage of the company’s workers are female?
In which country is the company primarily based?
What were the company's combined Scope 1 and 2 Greenhouse gas emissions?
Were the company's CO2 emissions within their "allowance" of global emissions (as determined by their value-added contribution to GDP)? The values for this metric are cumulative (i.e. reflect every year since 2005)
What is the total amount (kWh) of energy consumed by the institution that has been generated from renewable sources?
What percentage of the organization's energy use came from renewable sources?
How has the Scope 1 Emissions changed over one year?
What were the company's cumilative direct (scope 1) and indirect (scope 2) greenhouse gas emissions (in metric tonnes of CO2 equivalent)?
What percentage of the company's workforce died due to work-related incidents?
Does the company/brand share a public list of its suppliers?
This metric is supposed to calculate the percentage of all energy that came from renewable sources. It doesn't work yet.
This metric divides the company's total (Scope 1 and 2) Greenhouse Gas emissions in a year by the number of employees to produce a "tons of CO2e per employee" measure.