From ACT Wiki
The scale or level of detail in data or other information.
Granularity usually refers to greater levels of detail.
- More granularity
- Compared to the TEG’s March 2020 report, this Draft included more granularity for the classification of activities in manufacturing, energy, transport and building sector.
- Sub-categories have been created within existing sectors, in addition to newly created sectors such as “Information & communication”, “Professional, scientific & technical activities”, “Financial & insurance activities”, “Education”, “Human health & social work activities” and “Arts, entertainment & recreation”.
- Association of Corporate Treasurers ESG blog, Naresh Aggarwal, Associate Director, Policy & Technical, 21 January 2021