Challenges and opportunities in ESG transparency

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Corporate ESG (environmental, social, and governance) performance has become increasingly important in recent years as consumers, investors, and employees demand that businesses operate in a more responsible and sustainable manner. In fact, a recent survey conducted by Edelman found that 66% of consumers around the globe are willing to pay more for products and services Challenges and opportunities in ESG transparency

ESG needs leaders

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As the world becomes increasingly aware of the importance of environmental, social, and governance (ESG) issues, the demand for ESG consulting is taking off. As a result, there is a great opportunity for consultants to become leaders in the emerging field of ESG, particularly in the areas of decarbonisation and sustainability. One way that consultants ESG needs leaders

Good people want to work at good companies

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As the war for talent continues to escalate, companies are increasingly looking for ways to stand out in the job market and attract top-quality employees. One way that companies can differentiate themselves is by demonstrating a strong commitment to sustainability and environmental, social, and governance (ESG) principles. According to a survey conducted by Deloitte, 90% Good people want to work at good companies