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Understanding and managing ESG: 14-part toolkit from Practical Guidance

What can you do to ensure that your ESG policies (environmental, social and governance) are progressive, legitimate and make a real impact on your organisation?

Demystifying the issues around ESG (environmental, social and governance) for key stakeholders such as company directors, shareholders or investors is where an in-house advisor has an important role to play, both as a leader and as a guide.

ESG is relevant across all parts of a company, and even extends beyond the company itself, reaching the company’s supply chain, business partners, government and local communities.

Furthermore, ESG is not a static concept, and can mean different things to different people. The scope of a company’s ESG “issues” will depend on factors such as the industry it operates in, the nature of its activities, stakeholders, and sectors or jurisdictions in which it operates. 

With the ESG toolkit from Practical Guidance Corporations, you can quickly access expert guidance on the very latest legal, regulatory and compliance information about ESG. It provides a detailed overview of key considerations around ESG and practical checklists and links to help your company understand its obligations, manage and mitigate its ESG risks, and undertake specific ESG-activities such as ESG due diligence. The toolkit also links to key content within Practical Guidance (which may require a LexisNexis subscription) including the key benchmarks and legislation you need to know about.

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