Read why JUST Capital submitted a public comment in favor of the SEC’s climate disclosure standards.
On June 13, JUST Capital convened corporate and nonprofit leaders for a virtual event – Moving the Needle: Tracking Corporate Progress on Racial Equity.
The fierce debate over what stakeholder capitalism and ESG is or is not took a sharply political turn this week.
New York Times reporter David Gelles takes on the late iconic CEO and calls for structural change in his book “The Man Who Broke Capitalism.”
Our new ESG scorecards provide CNBC with exclusive Rankings data points to support coverage and elevate ESG metrics alongside traditional financial metrics.
We broke down how investor pressure, coalitions, and specific asks helped lead to over 4% growth in average Russell 1000 board gender diversity over two years, and what it means for corporate diversity efforts.
S&P revealed this week it dropped Tesla from its flagship ESG index. We take a closer look at why, and how Elon could improve Tesla’s ESG profile.
While companies face a record-level of ESG proxy challenges this year, our analysis finds a steady increase in disclosure of board ESG oversight over the past three years.
We spoke with JPM’s Demetrios Marantis about the work behind the bank’s new ESG report, including an update on the firm’s $2.5 trillion sustainability plan, as well as its response to the Russia-Ukraine war.
We broke down market performance for each of the companies in our Rankings, and found that the “most just” outperformed those at the bottom of the list generally and across four of five stakeholders we measure.
We took a look at what environment metrics the largest U.S. companies are sharing, finding disclosures are low overall with over a third sharing no data.
PepsiCo’s Jon Banner shared how the company’s experience on the Poland-Ukraine border is shaping its strategy, and former CEO Hubert Joly pulled out universal leadership lessons for this moment.
Chipotle, Intel, and Prudential share how responding to the shifting labor market with real-time engagement, transparency, and opportunity has bolstered recruitment and retention.
As proxy season gears up, leaders from Engine No. 1, Lord Abbett, and Nasdaq sat down with Andrew Ross Sorkin to share where they see ESG investing heading.
The JUST Report: Is War Reshaping How We Think About ESG?
State Street’s Cyrus Taraporevala and Benjamin Colton say ESG should be about “value, not values.”
SEC Chair Gary Gensler has made it clear that the commission is prioritizing ESG with an immediate focus on the “E”. As he wrote in a Twitter thread earlier this week, “Why is the SEC looking at climate risk disclosure? Simple: Because investors need it.”
Our analysis of human capital disclosure shows that ahead of likely disclosure standards from the SEC, America’s largest companies have their work cut out for them.
Americans want to see large companies publicly disclose human capital and environmental impact metrics and endorse federal action to require standardized disclosure.
Financial security, safety, fair treatment, opportunity, and purpose are key to retaining and engaging workers in the Great Resignation.
Our analysis finds a slim majority of Russell 1000 companies share race and ethnicity workforce data as investors and the SEC intensify their focus on diversity, equity, and inclusion transparency.
2021 was a monumental year for JUST, with both our organization, and our broader mission hitting prime time.
In a tight labor market, investors, companies, and policy makers are turning their attention to the “S” in ESG.
JULCD companies deliver value for their shareholders as well as the other key stakeholders they impact.
Facebook parent company Meta lost $250 billion in market cap value on Thursday. Its recent decline in some ESG ratings, like our Rankings, may provide some additional context.
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