What is ESG

ESG, which stands for Environmental, Social, and Governance, is a framework that assesses the sustainability and ethical impact of a company's operations and practices. Environmental factors encompass issues like climate change, resource management, and pollution. Social factors focus on employee welfare, community engagement, and diversity and inclusion. Governance factors pertain to the company's leadership, transparency, and adherence to ethical business practices. ESG has gained significant attention as investors and stakeholders increasingly prioritize sustainability and responsible business practices. Companies that excel in ESG performance are seen as more resilient, attractive to investors, and aligned with the principles of sustainable development.

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