Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) factors and the actions that corporates are taking to address global climate change are becoming increasingly relevant as the transition to a Net-Zero economy continues apace, and the impact of climate change becomes more apparent.
Many stakeholders, including investors, employees, policymakers and others, now demand that corporates adopt a model of increased transparency and corporate responsibility, including the implementation and clear communication of climate change policies, in response to greater awareness of humanity’s impact on the environment.
CEOs and the wider corporate c-suite are now expected to prioritise the development of robust and meaningful ESG policies as a key part of their valuation – looking beyond regulatory compliance and anticipating future expectations, as well as broader market trends. The shift to a more sustainable future presents opportunities but is not without risk, especially when communicating these values. A comprehensive, multi-stakeholder approach is therefore necessary to success.
Having worked with pioneering organisations and individuals over the past 30 years, Tavistock supports global business leaders to develop and implement ESG strategies that maximise stakeholder valuation.
Our strategic communications services combine a deep understanding of sustainability issues and cross-sector connections with practical knowledge of creating change. The ESG team comprises investment analysts, in-house communications directors and fund managers, giving you a rounded approach when it comes to ESG communications.
We tailor our approach to ESG & sustainability to each company, using a research-based approach, cross-sector connections and practical knowledge to help global organisations develop an ESG strategy framework that is achievable and focused on success.
Our team have solid knowledge in ESG reporting, having been directly involved in creating ESG reports for corporates across various sectors using the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (“SASB”) as a basis for reporting and wider ESG communications with key stakeholders, including investors, fund managers and potential partners.
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