NSR’s first edition of the Space ESG Assessment report offers readers answers to the key questions on ESG and the Space & Satellite market. Interest in ESG has been on a steady rise through the last decade, cumulating in its inclusion in numerous global space related company metrics of strategy though 2022. However, in such a vast industry -its place, definition and usage remains a hotly debated topic.
NSR’s Space ESG Assessment provides an overview of how and where ESG is situated in the space industry.
The report details the current strategies for ESG within the space industry, examining the ramifications of the war in Ukraine and global “post Pandemic” economic recovery push on interest in and how investors are approaching this topic.
Recommendations are offered regarding key revenue opportunities and investment considerations for players wishing to engage with ESG activities within this sector.
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The NSR Difference
Utilizing NSR’s comprehensive library of Space & Satellite sector analysis and research, NSR’s first edition, Space ESG Assessment report provides the industry, an index of the core trends, developments and activity in ESG Non-Financial policy. Much discussed but rarely explored, NSR’s latest offering examined and details the opportunities in engagement as well as spotlighting challenges players must address in this rapidly evolving environment. With business-essential insights to achieving organizational goals, NSR’s Space ESG Assessment report will continue to keep readers ahead of the curve.
Airbus, Asiasat, Ball Aerospace, Boeing, EutelSat, Hispasat, Honeywell, Inmarsat, Intelsat, Iridium, ISTO/Antrix, KSAT, L3 Harris, Lockheed Martin, Maxar Technologies, Northrop Grumman, Orbcomm, Planet, SES, Sky Perfect JSAT, Sky Plc/Comcast, Skyrora, Singtel Optus, PT Telkom, Thaicom, Telenor Satellite, Teledyne, Viasat, Yahsat, Zodiac Aerospace.