Environmental, social, and governance – the three tenets of ESG – are rapidly climbing up the corporate agenda worldwide.
Increasingly, your business will face questions about how you’re protecting the environment, your people, and the communities you work in. Do you have the answers clients and third parties need to do business with you?
ESG: What’s Now & What’s Next
Our experts explain ten of the most pressing obstacles you’ll need to overcome to meet your ESG targets this year. We explain what steps your business needs to take to remain compliant with upcoming legislation, and what the long-term benefits are of doing business responsibly.
- EU Legacy – what you need to know about EU legislation being scrapped this year, and how you can prepare for change
- Economic Sustainability – what economic challenges businesses are likely to face this year, and how you can build a business that stands the test of time
- Greenwashing – why accurate green credentials are now a business necessity, and how your business could be impacted if your claims are found to be inaccurate
- Green Leases – what the targets are for buildings by 2030, and why everyone benefits from green leases
- Reputation by Association – why the people you choose to work with matter now more than ever, and how to protect your reputation when creating new partnerships
- Biodiversity – how you can meet the government’s new environmental targets, and why it matters to your supply chain
- Green Skills Shortage – the skills gap preventing the UK from reaching net zero, and how training your colleagues can help you reach your ESG goals
- Cyber Security – the threat the UK faces from cyber-attacks, and where your cyber-security systems may need evaluating
- Modern Slavery – where you need to be aware of the threat in your supply chain, and the reputational damage it could cause your company
- Transgender Inclusion in Sport – the latest advice from governing sports organisations, and how you can create an environment that safe and fair for all athletes.
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