ESG is not about compliance. It is about ensuring three core areas of corporate responsibility come together strategically.
ESG: three simple letters that can stand for total confusion unless it is fully understood by the board. It is not about compliance per se, although some boards may choose to view it that way. It is about three core areas of corporate responsibility that have to come together strategically. For boards that espouse its tenets, it is actually designed to signal thinking and acting for the future benefit of every single person on the planet.
The "E" is for the environmental impact caused by corporate activity. "E" attracts the most attention from the populace simply because we are now well aware of pollution, deforestation and plastic in our
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