ESG

Climate strategy 3.0: taking climate seriously as a central part of business strategy

The implications are clear – organisations need to lift both the sophistication and urgency of their thinking about how climate will impact on business strategy.

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“Greenwashing 2.0” creates even more risk

Currently, there is a lack of consequence and impact for an organisation whose current activities constitute what I refer to as “Greenwashing 2.0”.

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Making sense of the ‘S’ in ESG

ESG has hit the mainstream. For the many people who have dedicated our careers to improving business practices relating to the management of social and environmental impacts this is welcome relief.

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It is unequivocal. Climate change is driven by us

It is unequivocal that human influence has warmed the atmosphere, ocean, and land.

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What happens next? with Bernard Salt: Sustainability & ESG

Looking after the world we live in for future generations is not just important to communities and society at large, but to business as well. Embedding ESG, or environmental, social and governance principles into a company’s strategy is now a business imperative.

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Is a 2050 net zero target inevitable or essential for Australia?

Australia’s current position of ‘preferably by 2050’ is likely to come under increasing pressure during 2021 due to international government regulatory changes as well as rapid changes in the private sector.

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Demand increases for ESG investments; returns do not have to be sacrificed for environmental and social benefit

Our survey shows that ESG funds outperform non–ESG funds adding to the now well accepted statement that investment returns do not have to be sacrificed for environmental and social benefit

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