Measuring ESG is an important challenge that requires looking beyond data and metrics, examining underlying processes, assessing causality, and balancing between a big-picture, long-term perspective and a focus on details.
ESG investing refers to allocating your investment funds to companies that are setting and achieving goals for environmental sustainability, social responsibility, and governance. Studies indicate that 85% of investors consider ESG factors when investing. ESG investing totals more than $17 trilli...
Emerging data show that ESG programs not only help companies achieve environmental, social, and governance goals but also achieve greater financial growth. Supplier diversity can impact goals for sustainability, community impact, and economic performance.
Emerging data shows that ESG—a corporate focus on environmental, social, and governance policies with measurable results—is an effective workforce strategy for companies looking for another competitive advantage.