Forbes Article – How Corporate Boards Can Avoid ESG Investing Pitfalls
By George Strobel, Forbes Financial Council Member
Corporate boards are under intense pressure from shareholders and other constituents to invest in ways they can tout their environmental, social and governance (ESG) achievements. Inaction is not an option for most companies. Yet many boards are paralyzed in taking positive steps, fearing public scrutiny of those investments from both the political left and right could harm their company’s reputation and credibility. Is there a path through these political minefields for ESG-conscious boards?
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