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Architectural blend with greenery, ESG uncertainties

Uncertainties Abound for Effective ESG Disclosures

Architectural blend with greenery, ESG uncertainties

We all know mandatory corporate disclosures are coming for performance on environmental, sustainability and governance metrics. The subject has become the dominant theme in corporate governance today in response to the push by activists, in...

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Carbon credits fueling car emissions

Are Corporate Climate Change Programs Doing Any Good?

Carbon credits fueling car emissions

The broad-based commitment to fighting climate change has become one of the dominant themes in the global business community. But what if all the promises about carbon emissions and breathless reports of progress on climate-related goals ar...

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Wind turbine near a Factory: Eco-friendly power source, reducing emissions

Shaky Accounting Calls Corporate Emissions Data Into Question

Wind turbine near a Factory: Eco-friendly power source, reducing emissions

A sharp decline in greenhouse gas emissions represented one of the few positive developments to come from the coronavirus-induced slowdown of 2020. As people put life on pause to combat the spread of the virus, U.S. carbon emissions dropped...

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Smoke billowing out from a pressure release valve

Pressure Mounts for Financial Institutions to Address Climate Change

Smoke billowing out from a pressure release valve

When we talk about corporate climate-change offenders, the financial sector doesn’t come up very often. Banking doesn’t produce carbon emissions – at least, not more than any other office-based industry. However, that isn’t stopping global...

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Big Oil: Running on Fumes?

Big Oil: Running on Fumes?

Big Oil: Running on Fumes?

Since the first well was drilled, Big Oil has been able to draw from a deep well of political and economic clout. Lately, however, some of the sector’s biggest players have received signals that their reservoir of power isn’t infinite. Take...

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