[ESG Today] “The Biggest ESG Concern for Boards Isn’t What You Might Think”

The concept of ESG (environmental, social and corporate governance) has been in choppy waters this year with political resistance against ethical investing, as well as criticism of ESG as being virtue-signalling or supposedly distracting from financial returns. This begs the question, how are boards currently thinking about ESG?

The answer varies around the world, according to a survey of nearly 1,000 corporate directors globally conducted by Diligent Institute, the governance research arm of Diligent, and Spencer Stuart.

Read the full article here.

By Amanda Carty, Managing Director of ESG & Data Intelligence at Diligent