Closing The Esg Gap Between Investors And Boards

Inside America’s Boardrooms

As investors demand more transparency around ESG issues (environmental, social and governance), boards are struggling to identify the best model for measurement and reporting. Not only is standardization lacking, but investor perspectives on ESG can vary widely. What should boards and investors be doing to overcome the communication gap?

In this episode, Sarah Tomolonius, board member with Quest Resource Holding Corporation and co-founder of the Sustainability Investment Leadership Council, defines the current ESG challenge:

  • Where is the disconnect occurring?
  • What can boards do to bridge the ESG gap with investors?
  • As organizations navigate the challenge of sustainability reporting, what should be the board’s disclosure strategy?

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