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Sustainability in the Mainstream: Why Investors Care and What it Means for Corporate Boards

The Conference Board, Inc., 19 pages, December 20, 2017
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Shareholder activism around ESG issues is less well-understood than the environmental and sustainability issues themselves.

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Many corporate boards know that a clear focus on sustainability and other environmental, social, and governance (ESG) issues can drive integrated thinking and set them apart from their peers, but shareholder activism around ESG issues is less well understood. As institutional investors deepen their engagement with companies on ESG concerns, directors need to understand what is driving these trends and what new competencies shareholders demand from corporate boards.

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