Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG): The Missing ‘R’ for Resilience

Posted on: September 22, 2021
Author: Fusion Risk Management

Xe8CcuNbn7qphTezx79otwIn time of significant climate and social turbulence, regulatory scrutiny, and investor expectation, Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) is increasingly at the heart of what it means to build a more risk-aware and resilient organization.

In fact, a recent article from the World Economic Forum suggests ESG is missing a letter – ‘R’ for resilience.

“From the pandemic and devastating weather events of last year to a restive and divided set of social movements, the growing pace of upheavals points to the fact that ESG measurement doesn’t just need more uniformity, rigour and breadth.
It also needs an additional variable in order to assess businesses’ capacity to effectively recover, adapt and grow in the face of shocks and stress: resilience.
Simply put, it is increasingly clear that investors can no longer outrun or ignore social and environmental problems. All evidence points to continued business and financial disruption in the years ahead.”

World Economic Forum, “ESG is missing a metric: R for resilience”, June 2021

Watch this webinar to learn:

– How ESG is impacting the global ecosystem of the enterprise
– The role of risk and resilience
– An overview of how Fusion can help you reduce the risk of non-compliance and build a more sustainable, responsible brand
– Practical steps and takeaways from Fusion’s journey integrating ESG into the fabric of our organization

You can find the slide deck for this webinar here.

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