Business & Human Rights

  • Deloitte Global CEO uses WEF to Promote Purpose-Driven ESG Metrics Client Services

    May 25, 2022

    As the ESG trend shifts from reporting progress to embedding ESG metrics, Deloitte Global CEO uses the World Economic Forum (WEF) to promote purpose-driven ESG metrics stating that given the complexity of the issues in the world today, society is only going to get so far without their help to develop solutions.

  • Paolo Carozza named to Meta Oversight Board

    May 23, 2022

    University of Notre Dame professor of law and concurrent professor of political science, Paolo G. Carozza will join the 23 member Oversight Board for Meta, the parent company of various social media giants including Facebook as well as virtual reality platform Reality Labs, and will focus on addressing a variety of issues related to freedom of expression and human rights within the Metasphere.

  • Washington Times: Proponents of ESG see Business as a Type of Social Welfare Organization

    May 18, 2022

    As American businesses aim to be more socially responsible, supporters of Environment, Social, and Governance policies (ESG) are pushing businesses to contemplate the bigger picture in every move they make, treating business as another type of social welfare organization, with responsibilities and obligations to the world at large.

  • Stuttaford in NRO: ESG, Energy, and War

    May 18, 2022

    Andrew Stuttaford writing in National Review Online explains how Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) policies are not producing the promised success citing BlackRock as an example.

  • Vinson & Elkins: First ESG Taskforce Lawsuit Shows SEC Serious on Disclosures

    May 18, 2022

    Vinson & Elkins attorneys warn that the SEC’s lawsuit against Vale S.A., a publicly traded mining company based in Rio de Janeiro, reveals that the SEC is considering all reporting and public statements, not just required filings, when determining if a company has misled its investors on environmental and social matters.

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