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ESG: Environmental Social and Governance

As organizations continue to strive for better practices and greater accountability, a shift towards Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) considerations has emerged as a key driver of sustainable success.

In the past, many organizations focused on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) efforts, which while important, only addresses a portion of the bigger picture. ESG incorporates DEI and goes beyond it by considering the impact of an organization's operations on the environment and society, as well as its governance practices and ethical considerations.

ESG is becoming increasingly important for organizations as consumers, investors, and stakeholders demand that businesses operate in a responsible and sustainable manner. By taking a holistic approach to ESG, organizations can not only meet these expectations, but also drive positive change in the world, create long-term value, and secure their place as industry leaders.

Transitioning from DEI to ESG requires a commitment from the top levels of an organization and the implementation of comprehensive policies and practices. This can include reducing carbon emissions, ensuring fair labor practices, promoting transparency and ethical decision-making, and investing in initiatives that positively impact communities and the environment.

The benefits of this transition are numerous and far-reaching. Organizations that prioritize ESG can improve their reputation, attract and retain top talent, and receive a financial boost as socially responsible investing continues to grow. Additionally, by operating in a sustainable manner, organizations can protect their bottom line and ensure their long-term viability.

By making the transition from DEI to ESG, organizations can take a step towards a more sustainable future for all. Join us in our mission to create a more responsible and equitable world.

Take the first step in your ESG journey today. Contact us to learn more about how your organization can make the transition and become a leader in sustainable practices.

History of ESG

January 2004

The story of ESG investing began in January 2004 when former UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan wrote to over 50 CEOs of major financial institutions, inviting them to participate in a joint initiative under the auspices of the UN Global Compact and with the support of the International Finance Corporation (IFC) 

Why has ESG become so important?

ESG frameworks are important to sustainable investing because they can help individuals or other corporations determine whether the company is in alignment with their values, as well as analyze the ultimate worth of a company for its purposes.

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