1. Corporate 'Sustainability' Is Corporate 'Excellence'

    Corporate 'Sustainability' Is Corporate 'Excellence'

    Erika Karp, CEO of Cornerstone Capital, uses 'corporate sustainability' and 'corporate excellence' interchangeably. She is not alone, as her view that sustainability "should be core to the business, and not in a corner" continues to gain credence among investors and in corporate boardrooms. In Rome this week she has been working in [...]

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    1. ESG issues such as climate change and other environmental and social variables….have traditionally been considered extra-financial risks. That kind of implies they don't matter financially, that they're social issues or somehow extra-curricular to the serious business of investing.
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