The E in ESG: How to effectively evaluate your environmental risk (article by S&P and GreenBiz, July 2018)

The range of environmental and climate (E&C) risks — the E in ESG — is far-reaching. As defined by the Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures, E&C risks can include:

  • “transition risk,” arising from the shift to a low-carbon economy
  • “policy and legal risk,” associated with changing climate-change regulation
  • “technology risk,” relating to the significant impact that technological improvements supporting an energy-efficient economic system can have on organizations.

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7 Ways to Quantify Reputation (Reputation Institute, August 2018)

Q: How does Reputation Institute quantify an intangible concept like corporate reputation?

A: Accurately. With a core team of incredibly smart data scientists and PhDs (read the white paper), a time and pressure-tested methodology, machine learning and artificial intelligence, but also, with a healthy dose of common sense.

At Reputation Institute, we define reputation as the emotional connection that stakeholders (consumers, investors, employees) have with a given company.More