ESG at US Cloud

ESG at US Cloud.

What is ESG?

ESG at US Cloud
While the term has floated around for the past few years, many don’t understand what ESG stands for or provides for businesses.

Coinciding terms include sustainability and corporate responsibilities, the first referring to how efficiently an organization uses natural resources and reduces its carbon footprint, while the second speaks to the organizations “doing what’s right”.

Sustainability impacts others through community involvement, ethical business practices, and a commitment to the greater good over a commitment to pure profit. ESG takes this a step further and brings in stakeholder concerns to create sustainable development goals that impact the local community and the world at large through positively impacting initiatives.

The ABCs of ESG

What is ESG


The E in ESG stands for environmental, or the company’s impact on the world through activities and sustainability concerns like:

  • Air Emission and Carbon Monitoring
  • Energy and Utility Usage Tracking
  • Environmental Reporting
  • Waste Management
  • Water Quality


The S in ESG stands for social, or how the company treats people and operations as members of communities and supply chains. This includes:

  • Employee Engagement
  • Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
  • Health, Safety, and Social Sustainability
  • Labor Standards and Human Rights
  • Privacy, Data Protection, and Cyber Security
  • Product Safety and Stewardship


The G in ESG stands for governance, or how well a company is managed and how well it abides by ethical practices at every level. This includes:

  • Board Composition and Executive Compensation
  • Business Ethics
  • Regulatory Compliance
  • Risk Mitigation and Risk Governance
  • Shareholder Rights
  • Tax Transparency

Why is ESG Important?

Why is ESG important at US Cloud
Business leaders are beginning to shift into an ESG mindset.

Since ESG has evolved from a simple public relations reporting initiative to a greater, investor-driven reporting requirement, many companies are finding ways to integrate ESG risk management into their business model, US Cloud among them. Since people, the planet, and profits are all interconnected, why not run our business responsibly?

Our goals align with what is best for the customer, our employees, and the world at large. Our efforts to increase sustainability create flexibility within the company while laying the foundation of future organizational changes in the future. Enough companies doing their part to increase sustainability will have an impact across the world, so we are just acting as one of many steps in the right direction.

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