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    2. The Power Of Purpose: How ESG Affects Your Company's Talent

      The Power Of Purpose: How ESG Affects Your Company's Talent
      Decades of fossil-fueled economic development have cost the environment. Of the 1.2 million people spread across 50 countries, who weresurveyed by the United Nations Development Programme(download required), 64% recognize climate change as an emergency, and more than half of this group agreed that measures to try and halt climate change should be urgently prioritized. This is a sentiment that I've observed has begun to permeate the global ...
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    3. Executives, And Their Compensation, Are The New Enforcement Targets

      Executives, And Their Compensation, Are The New Enforcement Targets
      As if guiding a company through the maelstrom of inflation, recession, workforce participation and quiet quitting wasnt enough of a challenge. Corporate executives now find themselves and their compensation arrangements at the center of aggressive enforcement initiatives from key government regulators.And their boards of directors are being dragged into the mix, with little hope of avoiding collateral damage to relationships with their CEO, and to the companys business planning...
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    1. This clearly demonstrates an awareness and appetite for ESG which is larger than many of us perhaps thought.
      In Talking To Investors About Pricing In Corporate Governance Risks
    2. Companies with strong ESG credentials are looking increasingly attractive to institutional investors
      In Talking To Investors About Pricing In Corporate Governance Risks
    3. 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.
      In Corporate 'Sustainability' Is Corporate 'Excellence'