Research by the ESG specialist indicates that despite mounting investor and stakeholder pressure, many organisations are struggling with disclosing sustainability progress and there is a gap between their intent and implementation.
The market for ESG solutions is advancing at breakneck speed as are the societal, regulatory and disclosure pressures. EA looks at how the ESG ecosystem is developing, including the varying approaches of different types of service provider, and considers how the agenda may evolve again in response to COP26
Boston Consulting Group has strengthened pledges made last year to achieve net zero by 2030 and from then to become climate positive. BCG is also expanding its dedicated climate and sustainability client support capabilities and investments.
CRA Sustainability’s Christine Delivanis discusses the unique challenges and opportunities for the food and farming industry as climate plans progress to implementation, and the steps required to achieve measurable improvement on ghg emissions
How the evolving needs of ERM’s key clients - particularly around the energy transition and decarbonisation - are informing the billion-dollar revenue global sustainability consultancy’s growth strategy and how its recent clutch of acquisitions are helping to meet those needs
More than 50 companies have started incorporating the World Economic Forum’s Stakeholder Capitalism Metrics into their annual or sustainability reports since the initiative was launched in January 2020.
With its website boldly proclaiming RepRisk to be ‘the world’s largest ESG data science company’, Environment Analyst finds out from one of the sector's originators if the hyper attention on ESG lives up to the reality and how the company is differentiated in an ever-crowding marketplace
Group CEOs reflect on latest financial and sustainability highlights for the Asia-Pacific consulting powerhouse with a focus on changes and challenges brought through CV-19, digital transformation, green finance, and growth in emerging markets
As financial markets begin pricing ESG externalities into market value, businesses must make some difficult decisions. Charlie Johnson, principal at CRA Sustainability, explores the actions that business leaders can take to stay ahead of the curve and continue to create value for all stakeholders