Who should determine whether ESG factors are integrated into corporate decision-making? Should it solely be a company’s choice, or are the views of fund managers paramount?
Systemic racism is an ESG (environmental, social and governance) issue but the ESG investment community has failed to properly address it.
Ensuring environmental, social and governance factors ("ESG") are properly integrated into corporate decision making is what I'm putting my energies into.
Businesses face more scrutiny following the pandemic – and populist politicians trying to screw them over
Business needs to act to ensure that in a post coronavirus world a regulated, social market economy delivers the goods for more people. So CEOs need to become more vocal and activist in addressing ESG concerns, not less.
Following the appointment of Sajid Javid as Chancellor of the Exchequer, I have written a letter calling on him to protect the British economy from Brexit and to ensure it works for all Britons, not just the richest. The letter sent to Sajid Javid last night is as follows: Dear Sajid, Congratulations on your appointment
I’ve been told the frontrunner’s offensive comments are in the past, that Britain has moved on. But his words do matter. In this climate, fighting for the respect of all ethnicities is more important than ever.
Over 100 MPs have signed a letter urging the Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sports to provide urgent funding support to the Black Cultural Archives.
Boris Johnson has repeatedly said public, prejudicial things and his party has repeatedly ignored it. Meanwhile, many of my Labour colleagues are at breaking point after the leader's refusal to tackle the antisemitism issue head on
In 2017, age overtook income as an indicator of voting intention for the first time in modern political history