In its recent article, Moorhouse looks into how to unlock the power of ESG goals in business, because the UN’s alarm bells are ringing: climate action is a “now or never” imperative.
In 2023, the interconnectedness of our actions and their consequences has never been more evident. ESG goals have emerged as the guiding star for companies seeking to navigate the complexities of our times. The term ‘ESG’ is not new – it originated in the world of sustainable investment nearly two decades ago. In recent years it has been associated by some with ‘greenwashing’, so for clarity, in the context of this article, ESG has a broader meaning and refers to sustainable business practices and the triple bottom line that responsible businesses are committed to: people, planet and profit.
More than simply making a pledge to be eco-friendly or socially conscious; embracing ESG goals is about a fundamental shift in how businesses operate, invest, and communicate.
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