There is no standard measure of environmental, social and governance (ESG) performance—and the system is largely being used as greenwash.
Sir Jon Thompson argues there is no need to introduce B-Corp status in the UK, saying companies are already “moving in the right direction”.
FTSE Russell says 208 companies risk ejection from the FTSE4Good indexes because of their scores against standards introduced this year.
Study reveals 95% of UK and EU firms include ESG metrics in executive compensation plans, compared with 22% of US corporates.
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Transparency and governance incentives, together with responsible investors, elevates sustainability among board priorities.
Stakeholder groups are increasingly demanding that boards focus on value preservation in their decision-making.
The group of researchers and professors say the EU should pause new sustainability laws and instead review a raft of academic criticism.
Around 45% of the FTSE 100 now have ESG targets in their bonuses and LTIPs—but a new study warns there are risks involved.
Without the European Commission’s reforms, governance systems “will act as countervailing forces against achieving sustainability objectives”.