These awards help shine a spotlight on ESG and corporate culture, supporting a win-win — more successful business, a cleaner world, a more fulfilled workforce.
Perhaps the most important trend of the decade (and maybe the next decade) is the shift to net-zero. Companies that can lead the way may well be the corporate success stories of this time. That’s why we think ESG supported by culture is so important.
Diversity matters not just because it is morally right but because evidence shows diverse teams make better decisions.
The shift to remote-working has placed even greater focus on staff wellbeing.
For this award, we are looking for an individual who has evangelised and promoted environmental and sustainability within an organisation and to its stakeholders.
Media helps shape the world and political landscape. The content that the media produces matters; democracy and freedom depend on it.
It is well known that the oil industry has a massive impact on the environment, but much the same can be said about food and drink.
The hospitality sector was hit hard by Covid, and as it begins slow recovery, it meets multiple challenges with its environmental, social and governance policies.
With the industrial revolution of the 18th century, manufacturing transformed the economy and eventually helped create the modern era, but it was also responsible for a vast volume of C02 emissions.
The construction industry plays a key role as the world moves towards net-zero.
The transport sector plays a key role in the shift to net-zero.
“Technology is neither good nor bad; nor is it neutral”, states Melvin Kranzberg’s first law of technology.
Financial services have direct and indirect responsibility for environmental, social and governance issues across a region.
There are clear environmental benefits from e-commerce, but there are risks too.
These are extraordinary times for healthcare, and the sector has had to adapt rapidly.