The Economic, Social and Governance Journey

for directors, executives, business owners and in-house counsel

The 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) brought together representatives from across the globe to discuss and negotiate the best ways of tackling climate change.

The topic of climate change, and more broadly Economic, Social and Governance (ESG) policies, are becoming increasingly important as nation states and industry begin committing to various “net zero” targets.

As more ESG risks emerge and their consequences become more imminent, the message for companies and their directors is to “act now” to build the future of their businesses to address the social and environmental risks that we collectively face and capture the opportunities they present.

Addisons’ practical guide and series of insights discuss key ESG considerations and issues, and provide case studies and tips to guide businesses as they embark on the journey to achieve more sustainable growth.

How to start your ESG Journey – Risks and Opportunities:

A practical guide for directors, executives, business owners and in-house counsel