Environmental Social and Governance (ESG): The Saving Grace in Distressed Times

In recent years, the world has grappled with a cascade of challenges, from a global pandemic that disrupted supply chains to the relentless specter of climate change. These crises have underscored the paramount importance of resilience in business models. Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) principles, once considered peripheral, now constitute the bedrock of this resilience. ESG has transcended the periphery of corporate strategy to become its nucleus, reshaping operational paradigms, capital acquisition, and societal engagement.


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