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Corporations and climate change: California may force large businesses to disclose climate impacts

The new policies come as major corporations seek ways to promote themselves as green and socially responsible. Out of the top 500 U.S. companies that are publicly traded, 92% report about their activities related to environmental... More updates >

Minnesota Companies' Progress on Environmental Goals Obscured by Lack of Reporting Standards

"We are moving from voluntary to mandatory disclosure environment around the world for ESG/sustainability," said Louis Coppola, co-founder and executive vice president of G&A.

Source: Minnesota Star Tribune
Keeping Your Competitive Advantage

In order to win work and attract capital on a global scale, you may need to be aligned with the ESG goals of others. With respect to the “E” of ESG, more than 90 percent of the S&P500 and 70 percent of the Russell 1000 have... More updates >

Source: StoneTurn
Why your ESG report isn't enough

Nobody has bothered to collect data on how few people actually read ESG reports (Spoiler: It’s few, very few.), but we do know that 96 percent of the S&P 500 and 81 percent of Russell 1000 companies are publishing them. This is... More updates >

Source: GreenBiz
ESG Reporting in a Non-Sustainable Industry: How do you do it?

Environmental, social and governance (ESG) initiatives are the latest trend in corporate America. More than 90% of S&P 500 companies now publish ESG reports, along with 70% of Russell 1000 companies.

Source: Evolving Finance Newsletter
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