Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

What is ESG?

ESG stands for Environmental, Social and corporate Governance. ESG has emerged as a model for successful business management; an approach that secures the public “licence to operate”, enables long term business success and growth, and rewards sustainable investment. See our article here for more information.

Or watch our TXF Conference Keynote on ESG here.

What are the key ESG issues for investors, Boards and Policymakers?

Key ESG issues can be divided broadly under the categories environmental, societal, governance, sustainable development goals, interlinking and upstream and downstream vulnerability. For more detail continue reading here.



Articles & Resources

ESG: Navigating the Maze

We are committed to working with those who seek to advance ESG, whether in the realm of public policy or in the context of rigorous and competitive investment and commercial realities.

Join us in the following pages, for a sober look at the state of ESG and a few thoughts that, we hope, will provoke steps we can take together to advance Environmental, Social and Governance considerations in the world of business, finance and investment.

ESG in Trade & Investment: Substance or Subterfuge?

Is ESG, as some claim, a cynical and self-serving attempt to cover ongoing, fundamental and systemic flaws in the free-market, profit-maximization model, or does ESG represent a meaningful transformation?

Read more here.

Or view our TXF Conference Keynote on ESG here.