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It has long been known that a significant majority of Europe’s buildings are not fit for purpose in a world of accelerating climate change.
COVID-19 has far-reaching implications for public health and the global economy. One outcome is the increased centrality of ESG to corporate strategy.
President Ramaphosa’s call for a green economy recognizes that South Africa needs to build a climate-resilient economy for these unprecedented times.
FTI Consulting considers the “G” of ESG and the role governance plays for management teams, as the cornerstone of business longevity and sustainability.
Europe is at the forefront of the fight against climate change and decrease of greenhouse gas emissions. However, this is only one half of the challenge.
In the third article of FTI Consulting’s ESG series, experts highlight how companies should embrace the ‘Social’ opportunity and build back better.
Environmental, social and governance (ESG) criteria have become a focal point for companies, especially as COVID-19 highlights the importance of overlooked social factors. Fortunately, there are steps organizations can take to enhance ESG and sustainability performance while demonstrating how they put their values to work.
In a four-part series, FTI Consulting’s Strategic Communications experts delve into how organizations can ACTION their ESG efforts to weather any storms.
The impact of the global Covid-19 pandemic is clearly enormous in health, social and economic terms. It has also had an immediate environmental impact which may play out over the longer term, with a number of political repercussions. How resilient is the European Union’s Green Deal proving to be?
As global stocks remain at their lowest levels in years, deals are put on hold, dividends are postponed or cancelled and countries around the globe remain in lockdown amid the COVID-19 pandemic, what should Boards and management teams be thinking about in this unprecedented social and economic crisis?