Seven years ago, the Paris Climate Change Agreement was signed by 195 countries, signaling a shift in the public and private sector consensus on environmental, social and governance issues. In the absence of a singular global standard, the private sector response to implementing change to achieve reduced emissions, advancing social equity and improving transparency has grown, with sustainability reporting, science-based carbon targets, pledges for net zero emissions and racial inequity edicts going mainstream.
Join S&P Global Market Intelligence for an interactive discussion with experts from across our divisions to address the long-term effects of these emerging ESG trends and their implications for business and sustainability research. Attendees of this webinar will gain insights into the following:
- Are current sustainable pathways feasible and tied to business growth?
- How can companies align portfolios with carbon targets
- Ways to identify best efforts to balance sustainability: Risk vs. Impact
- Standardizing diversity pathways and seats at the table – probability vs. practice