Like any responsible company and business, sports teams evaluate (and are evaluated for) their approach to sustainability.
A political fringe, especially in the US, is firmly opposed to the Environment, Social and, Governance approach that companies like more and more.
Collection of quotes regarding environment, social, diversity and inclusion, climate change, circular economy, green energy, and many others.
This incredible convergence means that all players are adopting common practices, without trying to differentiate or do anything original.
CSR communicates corporate purpose beyond profit. ESG identifies a set of criteria to show progress in specific areas. Sustainability is much more.
Evolution of the word “stakeholder”: from the early origins of the 1700s, to the modern meaning, up to the current massive use in the ESG field.
One of the hardest semesters is about to end. No discounts were given to sustainability which pays a very high price. SDGs included.
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) coordinated a global review of randomly selected websites. Outcome? 40% of green claims could be misleading.
The term ESG was officially coined in 2004 with the publication of the UN Global Compact Initiative’s “Who Cares Wins” report.
How has sustainability evolved over the last few decades? Environmental footprint, climate change, circular economy, and more.