Managing Director, Tasha Jamaluddin, shares tips for cultivating an authentic ESG narrative based on her experiences at Epcon.
The old days of mission and vision statements are over. To be competitive in today’s marketplace, a company must be able to clearly define its Environmental Social Governance (ESG) values and practices in place. In fact, many companies require ESG policies to even consider partnering to do business.
One aspect that makes the ESG development process complicated is that many of the individual elements – the Es, the Ss and the Gs – are themselves intertwined; social criteria overlap with environmental and governance through compliance with EPA regulations and labor laws, as well as broader concerns about sustainability, safety, and wellbeing.
This step-by-step guide will not only demonstrate how to define a company’s ESG values and it will suggest methods to effectively promote them to help it stand out.
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