On the demand side, savvy investors are seeking out better data on corporate sustainability performance. On the supply side, issuers are disclosing more information on environmental, social, and governance factors. Why, then, is neither side satisfied?
As the tension unfolds, Curtis Ravenel, the newest member of SASB’s Board of Directors, may have the best seat in the house—but he’s not just watching.
CSRHub CEO and Co-founder Bahar Gidwani will be speaking at Sustainable Brands Smarter Metrics Webinar, How to Collect, Manage and Report on Sustainability Date More Effectively on January 20, 2015 at 10-11 am Pacific Time.
With the end of the year approaching, my colleagues asked me to reflect on the last 6 months, which, in short, have been quite the ride. I may have moved to a completely new city but “life in London” thus far has involved more explorations of new technologies and books on building a lean and mean start-up than explorations of the city’s cobblestone streets and Shakespeare’s sonnets.
Ivestors are starting to demand more information from companies beyond financial details to better understand their ability to sustain success over the long term, emboldening the upstart Sustainability Accounting Standards Board to develop rules that would achieve just that.