Episode 370: ESG isn’t disappearing anytime quickly

Today’s run time is 41:20.

A shows note: This episode marks the last edition of the GreenBiz 350 podcast with Joel Makower as co-host. The podcast will be on hiatus till this fall. Look for the next season to drop after Labor Day, anywhere you listen to podcasts.

ON OUR MINDS (10:55)

Co-hosts Joel Makower, co-founder and chairman of GreenBiz Group, and Heather Clancy, editorial director, talk about the following stories:

Insights and discoveries from GreenFin 23 (26:10)

Near to 900 experts collected in Boston today for conversations around ESG reporting, shift financial resources and other financial investment concerns. We include 3 sets of clips from the plenary program:

  • Leo Strine, previous chief justice of the Delaware Supreme Court, and presently Of Counsel in the Corporate Department at Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & & Katz– On why we require to reframe ESG as merely accountable business habits
  • Lynn Forester de Rothschild, creator and co-chair of Inclusive Capital Partners; and Ron O’Hanley, chairman and CEO of State Street– On the concern of whether stakeholder engagement focuses on worths over worth
  • Sen. Edward Markey of Massachusetts– On why business openness is definitely vital to motivate the tidy economy shift

Lee Rosevere: “I’m Choosing a Coffee,” “Do Not Trust the Cloud,” “Let That Sink In.”
Roman Belov: “Spirit Bloom.”


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