Environment, Social and Governance (ESG) risks – climate risks in particular – are becoming central to the overall exposure of organizations. We now know this is no longer a choice: tomorrow’s challenges (e.g., biodiversity loss) are today’s priority.

Investors and consumers are also increasingly factoring ESG into their investing and purchasing decisions yet, many organizations are still grappling with how to best define, integrate and operationalize ESG. There may yet be an opportunity for organizations to reflect internally and seek meaningful ‘lessons learned’.

We believe the Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) maturity journey that many organizations have undergone parallels that of ESG. ERM inherently possesses similar characteristics – a highly transversal, multi-dimensional, forward-looking, and shared program. As such, we have summarized shared design questions and ERM lessons learnt, that organizations can draw from as they look to set their ESG programs for success.

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