READ: In an opinion piece in The Globe and Mail, HMI President Chris Pinney and Advisor Ed Waitzer explore why meaningful progress on sustainability issues cannot be achieved without ESG integration across all asset classes.
WATCH: HMI President Chris Pinney joins a panel to discuss implications for corporate governance in an environment where firms are now being looked to as “social institutions,” sharing with governments the responsibility to ensure elements of social welfare and well-being.
Leaders of global corporations and financial institutions are facing heightened expectations to play a role in addressing a wide range of social, political, and
environmental challenges, including climate change, racial justice and equity, geopolitics, and politically sensitive issues.
A new study released by High Meadows Institute, Investor Stewardship: The Path Forward, finds that stewardship has emerged as a central concept in ESG investing and is expected to become a priority for major investors going forward as the need to manage social and environmental risks become increasingly vital.
A new study released by High Meadows Institute, The Role of Industry Associations and Civil Partnerships in Corporate Responsibility, finds that industry associations and civil partnerships are now playing a critical role in setting standards for corporate responsibility and ESG, often addressing issues that government have not.
High Meadows Institute is excited to announce the launch of the Business Leadership in Society Database, a comprehensive new resource for tracking and assessing industry associations and partnerships promoting responsible business leadership.