Environmental, social, and governance (ESG) principles are employed by many investors when evaluating a company’s activities. Climate change and resource scarcity, D&I, safety concerns and data security, and board diversity, CEO compensation and tax transparency are all examples of ESG risks and opportunities that might affect a company’s capacity to build long-term value.
Incorporate environmental, social, and governance principles into your company. It is not simply climate change, diversity, and openness that may be important variables in achieving success. Incorporate net-zero and environmental, social, and governance (ESG) objectives into your strategy.