A rapidly increasing number of shareholders are expressing their interest in non-financial performance of publicly traded companies. This non-financial performance often falls under the umbrella of sustainability, corporate responsibility (CR), corporate social responsibility (CSR), and/or environmental, social and governance (ESG) performance. Investors from all over the world and all across the market are now engaged, from sovereign wealth funds, to public pension plans, institutional investors, asset managers, and intermediaries like the ratings industry and the research providers. These shareholders are seeking greater transparency on issues ranging from annual energy use and the associated emissions, water consumption, minorities in the workforce and supply chain, human rights policies, and minorities on the board of directors.
 
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