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ESG – Environmental, Social, and Governance – is pressuring organizations from every angle. Investors are making investment decisions based on the ESG practices of companies. Individual directors on boards are being voted out based on ESG metrics. Employees are making decisions on whom they work for based on shared values, as well as clients/customers. And regulators are taking focus on ESG, the most recent being the SEC with its proposed disclosure requirements for climate change.
Organizations around the world and across industries are challenged to define, implement, and report on ESG. The goal is to be an organization of integrity to ensure that the values, ethics, statements, commitments, relationships, and transactions are a reality in practice, process, relationships and transactions.
However, understanding ESG is complex. As a guide, but not exhaustive, ESG covers . . .
[THE REST OF THIS ARTICLE CAN BE FOUND ON THE SAI360 BLOG WHERE GRC 20/20’S MICHAEL RASMUSSEN IS A GUEST AUTHOR]