By: Miguel Pena
Corporate sustainability isn’t a quick fix or a one-and-done initiative. It is a valuable practice for companies and a source of strategic insights for risk managers and decision-makers.
Over the past decade, environmental, social and governance (ESG) risks have risen to the top for enterprise risk-management teams.
Mitigating these risks, sometimes known simply as “corporate sustainability,” is playing a greater and greater role in a company’s success.
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