It is no surprise that corporates might consider pulling back on costs during financially stringent periods – but the questions of what projects get sidelined has never been more important.

Where previously sustainability activity may have been the first port of call for cuts, at a time where climate change awareness has never been more prevalent, we are encouraged to see that this is no longer the case.

In fact, as a consultancy advising corporates on their environmental, social and governance pathways on an international level, we are seeing the opposite: the business world is increasingly engaging with ESG.

Environmental concerns are pressing and with pressure from global governments to meet the targets set out in the Paris agreements, stakeholders expect businesses to act responsibly, mitigate negative impacts and meet carbon reduction targets.

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