Keeping Current

Oona Farchy Cambridge graduate and graduate intern in environmental research

Missing ESG reports: The Travel and Tourism Sector

The rising attention given to Environmental, Social Impact and Governance (ESG) criteria within the corporate world is proving to investors that sustainable trends may in fact be profitable. Due in large part to a more ethically-driven generation coming of age, millennial investors want to put their money where their values are and companies are having to (finally) prove their worth through ESG reports.
April 9, 2021
Rachel Jones Oxford University biology graduate, Graduate intern in environmental research

Should we be worried about Greenwashing in ESG?

How much of ESG is merely marketing? Avoiding Greenwashing is not as simple as you may think. The increasing expectations of responsible, equitable and environmental business practice has catalysed the growth in ESG (environmental, social and corporate governance) investment. With allocation of green funds rising six-fold since 2015, according to Bloomberg, investing sustainably has become not only fashionable but the norm.
March 28, 2021
Anni Hood

Stepping into heart leadership, redefining resilience

In a shifting and increasingly complex world, connectedness is key. If there is one group least likely to attract public sympathy for the challenges of the last 12 months it’s probably corporate leaders. But it has been a tough pandemic for those at the top. Many have had to make and implement very difficult decisions, as well as displaying extraordinary versatility in responding to changing circumstances at rapid pace.
March 21, 2021
Kelleigh Jansen MSc Environmental management student, Graduate intern in environmental research at the ESG Foundation

Environmental, Social Impact and Governance: A Key to a Sustainable Future

Sustainability and environmental resilience should be at the heart of corporate long-term objectives and agenda. Recognition that society and ecological systems are intrinsically linked is vital in order to transition towards circular economies, green infrastructures and develop policies that put nature at the centre.
March 21, 2021