With extensive international experience, EMG is well-placed to support organizations in developing strong foundations for achieving triple bottom line success (People, Planet, Profit). From organization- and market- analysis, strategy development and implementation, to training, workshops and reporting, EMG’s dynamic team of ESG experts will empower your organization to maximize its ESG potential.

EMG works with governments, corporations and not-for-profit organizations from around the world to develop long-term, holistic and effective ESG strategies, to enable them to become more sustainable and prosperous.

In this section we share case studies across a wide range of sectors, worldwide, which we hope you will find beneficial and inspiring. This section consists of three parts:

*The Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) is the second-largest inter-governmental organization after the United Nations. Members include Afghanistan, Algeria, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Benin, Brunei, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Chad, Comoros, Djibouti, Egypt, Gabon, The Gambia, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Malaysia, Maldives, Mali, Mauritania, Morocco, Niger, Oman, Pakistan, the Palestinian Authority (PA), Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, Turkey, Uganda, United Arab Emirates, and Yemen.

Image: EMG meets Ambassador Hameed Opeloyeru at the OIC headquarters in Jeddah; EMG delivers keynote speech at the Islamic Finance Leadership Programme held at Clare College, Cambridge; EMG presents the Islamic Reporting Initiative (EMG CSR initiative) at United Nations Climate Change Conference COP22; EMG founder signs collaboration agreement with the Islamic Research and Training Institute (Islamic Development Bank Group).






ESG is a tool for all organizations; the role of governments in fostering social responsibility is unique, able to realize the benefits of developing a sustainable working culture internally while simultaneously cultivating market conditions that enable the private sector and society as a whole to perform in sustainable and inclusive ways.

Moving beyond merely an interest in tackling global challenges, governments are actively committing to and implementing national strategies to holistically coordinate a transition towards a stable and prosperous future.

The corporate case for sustainability is compelling with many organizations seeking ESG policy as a springboard for prosperity. Innovation to overcome transitional challenges is itself a platform for further innovation, and with increasing ambitions to improve efficiency across product and service cycles, the effect of this innovation is being felt throughout value chains on a global scale.

Companies are benefiting from a surge in productivity, morale and loyalty in employees engaged in more positive and meaningful work. Operating with high environmental credentials not only fosters positive relations among stakeholders and consumers, but positions the company favourably when such regulation comes into place, while safeguarding the availability of natural resources.

IGOs, NGOs/NPOs and other organizations
The not-for-profit sector is poised to take advantage of corporations embracing ESG and is ready to harness the opportunities available in the increasing access to multiple resources offered through private partnerships.

Seeking to develop credible and legitimate partnerships that accelerate the impacts of civil society programs, EMG is well-placed to help not-for profits to leverage the benefits that can be gained from collaboration.