What is ESG?

The term, ESG, is rising in importance for businesses around the world. Investors, customers, and other stakeholders are increasingly interested in a company’s performance and transparency in ESG, but what does it really mean? E-S-G stands for environmental, social, and governance. Together, these letters represent an entity’s behavior on environmental issues, its engagement with society, and the strength of its governance programs. Hear more about what ESG means for business from Schneider Electric Senior Sustainability Consultant, Kristi Plume.

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