Modest sustainability progress amid continued challenges across Latin America.
CSA 2019: No sign of survey fatigue
If there was any question about corporates’ focus on sustainability as a strategically important issue, the 2019 SAM Corporate Sustainability Assessment (CSA) removes all doubt.
Sustainability Indices: Do Investors Actually Care?
In the face of social, environmental, and financial disruptions, more attention is being paid to corporate social responsibility (CSR) policies, and sustainability benchmarks have multiplied.
CSA 2019: Thank you for a new record in participation
Participation in the SAM Corporate Sustainability Assessment (CSA) increased stronger than ever before, leading to solid, record numbers around the globe this year.
Slowly but surely: gradual progress towards gender equality
Gender diversity enhances corporate governance, talent attraction and human capital development—all important factors driving long-term competitiveness.
Asia Status Report 2018
Asian companies outperform the global average in terms of their sustainability management, SAM’s Asia Status Report 2018 reveals.
Pushing for greater transparency on companies’ human rights due diligence
Several developments have turned a spotlight on the “S” in ESG investing, which is heavily populated with human rights-related elements.
Latin America Progress Report 2018
Listed Latin American companies are lagging behind their peers in other world regions when it comes to their sustainability performance, RobecoSAM’s progress report for five major Latin American countries shows.
The global climate is changing in ways that affect the planning and day-to-day operations of businesses around the world – and thus their financial performance.