ESG Reporting – Why you need to start ESG Reporting Now
Employees, investors, consumers, regulators, and other stakeholders are increasingly holding businesses responsible for their ESG policies, such as those concerning climate change and social equality. Simultaneously, a fast-expanding regulatory and legal environment increases the need to proactively manage these risks and be more open via ESG reporting.
In the past, ESG debates have been mostly kept to the boardroom. However, this is beginning to change. Companies must approach ESG reporting as an integrated endeavor that it is to mitigate the risks associated with heightened attention. Significant monetary or reputational harm may ensue from inaction.
This white paper will address the paramount importance of addressing ESG reporting and how enterprises can implement this.
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