When sustainable development among Board members becomes an ever-increasing issue, current trends in SRI and Environmental Social and Corporate Governance (ESG) are on the rise.
Under ESG umbrella, environmental considerations are considered, for example: climate change, emissions of greenhouse gases, and resource degradation, waste / pollution, deforestation, social conditions, effects on populations, health and protection, and diversity; governance, management compensation, bribery and corruption, political lobbying, the diversity and composition of the board, and tax strategy.
The answer to the many the demands of the ESG Boards in this region and the above factors is a reliable method that can be introduced, repeated, assessed and adjusted in order to efficiently carry out the ESG-related duties.
In the age of shareholder engagement, this infographic and our SRI & ESG Guide helps you gain a deeper understanding of how to manage the dynamics of ESG and learn how to carry out board roles more efficiently and effectively in interacting with stakeholders.
infographic by: www.nasdaq.com