The authors of the 2016 Sustainability Report by MIT Sloan Management Review and BCG share findings and insights from their research into sustainability practices.

A growing number of investors are paying attention to environmental, social, and governance (ESG) performance, as evidence mounts that sustainability-related activities are material to the financial success of a company over time.

On May 26, 2016, three co-authors of the 2016 sustainability research report, Gregory Unruh, Knut Haanaes, and David Kiron, shared findings and insights from their research into how professional investors are incorporating sustainability practices into their decision making.

This webinar covered:

• How investors think about sustainability as they evaluate companies

• How to communicate with and engage investors on a company’s sustainability strategy and progress

• What kind of data investors use for ESG evaluation, and why sustainability indices may matter less than you think

• How to build awareness of sustainability challenges and programs both within the company and among stakeholders including investors