Environmental, Social & Governance (ESG)

Tim Hansen specializes in Environmental, Social & Governance (ESG). This page features some highlights.

Governance for sustainability is defined as the set of written and unwritten rules that link ecological citizenship with institutions and norms of governance. It is a complex topic because it addresses the three issues of globalization, democracy and sustainability. (from https://www.iucn.org/)

In 2020, Apple promised to bring its entire carbon footprint to net zero by 2030 — through innovations in materials, clean energy, low-carbon shipping, and restoring natural ecosystems. Now Mother Nature needs a status report from Apple’s environmental team. And it better be good. Learn more about Apple’s 2030 plan and our first-ever carbon neutral product here: https://apple.co/3PeNlrM

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