Investor, regulatory, and corporate interest in environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues seems to be growing by leaps and bounds. Read More
1. Institutional investors are insisting on better sustainability.
Large institutional investors are now firmly in the environmental, social and governance (or ESG) camp. Increasingly, ESG is viewed as an important risk factor for all investors in all types of companies and, accordingly, companies need to make better disclosures.
9. The rest of the world takes steps towards better sustainability disclosure
Developments outside of the US in 2018 on corporate ESG disclosure were broad and diverse. Concerns about sustainability elements such as climate change, water usage and others tend to be much widespread in Europe and elsewhere, and non-US companies typically make more extensive disclosures. Read More
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