Webcast: The New ESG: How COVID-19 Has Permanently Altered the ESG Conversation
As the world wrestles with the evolving fallout of a global pandemic, issues regarding ESG, sustainability and impact investing appear to have temporarily taken a back seat. However, the questions companies now face regarding the workplace, technology, travel, and health and safety represent a new iteration of the ESG conversation, and the answers to these questions will ripple through our expectations regarding board oversight and corporate value for a long time to come.
Join the four founding members of V&E’s ESG Taskforce via webcast as they discuss the possible effects of COVID-19 on how we will think and talk about climate change, human and labor rights, technology and the modern workplace moving forward.
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