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Embracing the potential of a sustainable future

Report and actionable guide: Building a Sustainability Culture

Stakeholders are increasingly informing their decisions based on an organisation’s environmental, social and governance (ESG) credentials – from customers choosing brands for their ethical behaviours, to investors favouring businesses with robust ESG frameworks. What initially stemmed from a noble purpose to drive positive change has left numerous organisations in the delicate balancing act of deciphering stakeholder demands while grappling with concerns of overcommitting or falling short of expectations.

Baker Tilly US is proud to sponsor The Conference Board’s latest ESG Center Report: Building a Sustainability Culture. This report is a culmination of four thought leadership briefs based on a series of Chatham House Rule working group convenings held by The Conference Board ESG, Human Capital and Marketing & Communications Centers. The report offers insights, guidance and best practices from the working group sessions. Above all, it paints a compelling picture of where companies are today on their sustainability journey and where they need to go, offering guidance on how to get there.

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