Wall Street trend is to tie reward to ESG performance, especially in terms of diversity, equity and inclusion, finds research.
Campaigners fear that ‘limited’ EU draft directives on corporate reporting will hinder the creation of a ‘sustainable and just economy’.
Some corporates have supported employees’ rights, while still donating to Republicans who support the reversal of Roe v. Wade.
COP27 call for climate change transition plans; putting purpose at the heart of business; a disappointing take on diversity Down Under.
This year’s Sustainability Board Report also reveals that many more large companies now have an ESG committee.
The watchdog’s review finds companies are showing more awareness, but need to gather reliable data to be able to monitor their progress.
US academics point out that the proposed new requirements relate only to reporting and disclosure, not quotas.
After the murder of George Floyd, many US companies committed to increasing diversity—and some have backed up their words with action.
If diversity and inclusion (D&I) is not the first item on your post-holiday to-do list, then now is a good time to reflect and ask why.
New Nasdaq rules requiring qualitative and quantitative disclosure about board diversity will better inform investors—and spur progress.