Beyond the 'E' in ESG

Beyond the “E” in ESG

Sustainability, today, in corporate parlance is synonymous with “ESG”. ESG – Environmental, Social, and (Corporate) Governance, the three broad categories, or areas, of interest for what is termed “socially responsible investors.” These investors go beyond the potential profits to select their investments, ensuring they align to their values and concerns. The sustainability conversation to date has been heavily environment focused—carbon conversations, carbon taxation, better energy sources and climate change. However, social and governance aspects are equally significant pieces of the ESG puzzle and that is what we are diving into in this paper. Organizations today, go beyond the “E” in ESG, focusing on the other two pillars, with a view into what it means to leverage S & G aspects in the corporate world.

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