ESG stands for environmental, social, and governance, and it denotes the three topic areas that organizations typically report on to their stakeholders:
These ESG topics, or metrics, are also important to investors as they represent inherent risk and opportunity for long-term value creation: several studies have pointed to a tangible link between ESG and financial performance and 81% of sustainable indices are outperforming their peer benchmarks. In fact, the modern ESG model was created as a way for socially conscious investors to screen potential investments. Dive into our resource to gain insight into the ESG pillars and map your ESG metrics to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UN SDGs).
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