While ESG gets buffeted by the winds of political theater, the work of sustainability continues.
Engaging on political policy requires courage when it goes against industry dogma.
Andrew Winston, Elizabeth Doty, and Thomas Lyon
Investors love the term ESG, but there are risks to viewing sustainability through a market lens.
Identify which stakeholders will create long-term value for shareholders.
Paul Strebel, Didier Cossin, and Mahwesh Khan
Corporate activism is often framed as “take a stand or be silent.” But other alternatives exist.
N. Craig Smith and Daniel Korschun
The 2030 Sustainable Development Goals challenge companies to do well while doing good.
Costanza Consolandi and Robert G. Eccles
Clear, concise strategic priorities backed by metrics have value in communicating with stakeholders.
Donald Sull, Stefano Turconi, and Charles Sull
There are many good reasons why companies should comply with TCFD disclosure recommendations.
Robert G. Eccles and Michael P. Krzus
Companies should be more forthcoming about long-term value-creation strategies when communicating with investors.
Tim Youmans and Brian Tomlinson
Investor relations professionals can team up with sustainability professionals to offer investors a more complete view of a company’s sustainability performance.