ESG: Supplying value and purpose to your business

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The COP27 conference saw a key success in creating a new loss and damage fund for countries most impacted by climate change. Yet, talks failed to deliver any meaningful progress on emissions reduction and human rights issues. As governments struggle to make real headway, companies have a critical role to play, taking action into their own hands and reducing environmental impacts across their value chains, says Andrew Probert, regional managing director of growth and head of ESG Advisory at Kroll. Businesses are already taking significant steps in the right direction. For COP27, more than...

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