Pressure on your business to embrace ESG isn’t just coming from your customers and from government, it’s coming from your investors too. Increasingly, they’re looking to create longer-term shareholder value, and that means investing in businesses with sustainable business models. That’s why ESG now sits firmly at board-level.
ESG is about more than your environmental credentials. It’s what forms the overall narrative and purpose of your business – how you impact the world, how you contribute to society and how you conduct yourself. It’s an imperative for businesses that want to be dynamic and resilient in a changing business environment.
COVID-19 has thrown the spotlight on the social and governance elements of ESG as businesses seek to protect jobs and support efforts to control the virus’s spread. It has also highlighted the importance of resilience and planning for dramatic change. As businesses build their response to COVID-19, they should recognise a unique opportunity to embed ESG across their business.
Use this interactive graphic to explore some of the ways we're helping organisations embed ESG across their business.
Understanding and increasing confidence in ESG disclosures.Explore
Putting sustainability at the heart of your strategy.Explore
Understand what climate risk means for your business and plan for action.Explore
Helping banks, insurers, corporates and asset managers finance a more sustainable future.Explore
Building a value chain that is ethical and resilient to disruption.Explore