Corporations are now focused on creating positive impact, as well as positive returns. With the effects of climate change ramping up, investors are becoming more attracted to companies that prioritise ESG. But how do you measure sustainable practice? In this pathway, David Wynn explores what we mean by ESG investing and how we gather the right data needed to measure sustainability for supply chains and corporations.
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3 video modules • 37 minutes
Corporate sustainability reporting is a journey. Companies often focus on enhancing the coverage and quality of their data, setting targets, expanding the breadth of their reporting, and developing actions to improve performance after establishing a baseline. Join David as he explains us the meaning of sustainability data and and it's importance, through a corporate reporting lens.
David Wynn • 12:55
The concept of supply chain sustainability was almost unheard of just a few decades ago. Today, those responsible for a business' supply chain will pay acute attention to how it is managed. Join David as he gives us a closer look of what sustainably data buyers are gathering from suppliers and the drivers.
David Wynn • 12:09
ESG investing and sustainable investing are umbrella terms for investments that seek positive returns and long-term positive impacts on the environment, society, and the performance of the business. In this video, David talks about the difference between ESG and other forms of investing. He further introduces us to the six principles of the UN’s Principles for Responsible Investment and finishes by talking about the ESG metrics that provide an investor with insight into a company’s past impacts, current management process, and potential future resilience.
David Wynn • 12:01