Fortune Magazine recently used CSRHub's ESG data in an article analyzing Amazon's sustainability. As the pandemic increased reliance on Amazon's delivery services, the public eye's scrutiny of their sustainability practices intensified and the pressure to rethink these practices has increased.
Those interested in sustainability should be interested in a different way of comparing the major vaccines.
Vaccine-producing companies have made huge contributions to fighting the COVID plague. They have spent millions of dollars developing and manufacturing products that have only moderate financial benefit, but deliver big social value.
Hundreds of companies violate US federal, state, and local laws each year. Do these transgressions affect how these companies are rated by ESG (Environment, Social, and Governance) experts? Using an excellent data set called Violation Tracker from Good Jobs First, we show there is a 52% correlation between the change in number of violations over a 15 month period and the change in our Leadership Ethics rating.