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AI-powered non-financial databank

Non-financial big data platform to visualize ESG/SDGs

“TERRAST” is the largest non-financial data bank in Japan, utilizing AI and big data to visualize a company's ESG and SDGs contribution. We provide "TERRAST" to promote higher quality ESG investment decisions and non-financial consulting by massively streamlining the collection, organization, analysis and comparison of non-financial information. "TERRAST for Enterprise", our ESG and SDGs visualization tool, further promotes sustainability management decisions by illustrating a company’s current SDGs standing in relation to other industry competitors.


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Access ESG data all in one place

We collect data from a variety of sources and use AI to augment and ensure its quality. Our data includes information directly disclosed in integrated reports and securities reports as well as alternative sources such as governments, news, and employee satisfaction websites.

This comes together to create one of the largest ESG data sets in Asia.


Analyze ESG information from all angles

Leverage our powerful search functionality to sort and screen out companies based on a variety of indicators, scores, and external evaluations.

Examples include GHG emissions, Diversity Scores, and Negative Screening themes.



Explore the future with forecasting tools

In addition to comprehensive data sets, we provide specialized forecasting and simulating tools to capture how a company is performing relative to external benchmarks and self-set goals.


Download Reports and Data

Reduce time and effort required to create documents and reports with our export features.

Download summarized information as well as raw data in a formats that improve your workflow.


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  • How do you engage in communication with companies for ESG assessments?
    We do not make individual qualitative judgments on a company-by-company basis, but use unified statistical and mathematical processing to conduct neutral and objective ESG assessments and data estimation. Due to the nature of the service we provide, we do not conduct prior confirmation with individual companies prior to the release of their ratings and data. If you have any questions regarding our assessments or data, please contact us through the "Contact Us" link on this website.
  • What is your evaluation method?
    Evaluation indicators are items tuned for Japanese companies while complying with international frameworks such as IIRC, GRI, SASB and SDG Compass. In addition, the evaluation method uses machine learning modeling to introduce different weights for each industry and theme, and adjusts and processes them so that they can be compared with other industries and other companies. In addition, evaluation indicators and evaluation methods will be continuously updated in a timely manner in response to changes in market conditions and social conditions. Sustainability Score Calculation Procedure Non-financial indicators have different orientations, so they are adjusted. (e.g. Smaller CO2 emissions and higher waste recycling rates are desirable) In order to enable comparison between companies regardless of business scale, each non-financial indicator is converted into a ratio with financial indicators according to their characteristics. (e.g. CO2 emissions → CO2 emissions per unit of sales) Calculate the deviation value within the industry (using the GICS 69 industry classification) for each index. Determine the weight of each non-financial indicator according to the disclosure rate in the industry, various sustainability frameworks (GRI, SASB, etc.) and the common use ratio of ESG evaluation organizations, etc., and use the weighted average for each materiality score derived. Based on various sustainability frameworks and materiality maps of ESG rating agencies, we determine the weight of the materiality score for each industry and derive the sustainability score. The materiality score takes into consideration the environment, risks, and opportunities of each industry. For example, energy and manufacturing industries emphasize environment-related indicators, while industries with strict global regulations, such as finance and healthcare, focus on governance-related indicators. attach more importance. SDGs score calculation procedure 1-3 is the same as Sustainability Score. Individual non-financial indicators according to the disclosure rate in the industry, various sustainability frameworks (GRI, SASB, etc.) and the common use ratio of ESG rating agencies, etc. , and derive the score of each 17 SDGs target. The sustainability score is calculated using the same weight for all 17 SDGs target scores.
  • When is the data used for ESG assessments obtained and updated?
    Data is usually retrieved and updated at the end of each month.

Contact Us

For more details about our services, demos, and inquiries, please feel free to contact us.

We constantly improve the product and expand the data coverage, functions, and collaborations to serve more clients in other regions. So it is very welcome to hear your feedback.

Please feel free to drop us your message.

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