EY sustainability and ESG leaders share insights on how organizations can embed sustainable business practices into their operations.

With growing scrutiny on businesses’ role in in addressing environmental and social outcomes, many companies are embracing sustainable business practices.

Sustainability has become a strategic imperative for companies as they position themselves for the future. The environmental and social challenges the world faces today are complex and urgent. The stakes are getting higher. That’s why value-led sustainability is everybody's business.

In this video series, EY thought leaders discuss the steps companies can and are taking to make their operations more sustainable.

Elevate governance to drive value creation

“G” may be the last letter in ESG, but it’s hardly an afterthought. As overall sustainability initiatives continue to evolve, EY leaders Kris Pederson and Orlan Boston describe how organizations and boards are making governance a top priority in their efforts to drive value creation for stakeholders.

Why Tax is key for ESG strategy

Many new tax provisions, like those included in the US Inflation Reduction Act, are designed to support investment in energy transition and renewable technologies. In this video, EY leader Kristen Gray explains why aligning tax with ESG strategy can help companies leverage those incentives to accelerate achievement of sustainability goals.

EHS as a business imperative

Environmental, health and safety (EHS) programs are a core element of many organizations’ ESG strategies. EY leader Shannon Roberts discusses how companies that adopt robust EHS strategies and programs can better engage employees to help advance key corporate sustainability and ESG priorities, in addition to enhancing employee health, safety and wellbeing.

Executives' views on sustainability and ESG

New EY survey highlights Fortune 1000 executive leader views on continued importance of sustainability and ESG practices.

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