The trend for bringing lawsuits related to climate is growing, and directors need to stay on top of developments to avoid the courts.
How do you control a company’s supply chain and its effects? Partnerships built on trust and stability are a great place to start.
But investment giant BlackRock’s chief executive said its focus on long-term investment and corporate governance would continue.
Audit committee chairs cite pressure from leaders and investors as a key driver for ESG activity, YouGov research finds.
Extra voting rights could give the boost needed for firms to take higher risk ESG decisions on low-carbon technology, argues legal academic.
Experts warn that boards cannot devise a response plan to everything that might go wrong, so should focus on emerging risks.
NGOs join up to pursue bank through the courts for failing to comply with French law on human rights and sustainability due diligence.
To gain economic benefits, UK businesses will need resilient and flexible supply chains to provide the materials critical for manufacturing.
Rather than push for say-on-climate votes, unhappy shareholders tend to simply vote against the reappointment of directors, research finds.
One in 10 mergers and acquisitions now has an ESG component, according to estimates by Bain & Co consultancy.