WeSustain publishes new whitepaper:

“Sustainability development in the real economy as a forerunner of ESG development in the financial market”

How the real economy has become more professional and what can be derived from this for the future of ESG development.

In the whitepaper “Sustainability development in the real economy as a forerunner of ESG development in the financial market”, we look at the development of corporate sustainability in the real economy over the past decades and use this as a basis for making forecasts for ESG development in the financial market.


Extract from our whitepaper:

The term “sustainability” has long been a familiar concept in the real economy. For some time now, the holistic concept of sustainability as a management principle has become part of the corporate reality of many companies and is becoming increasingly professional.

The development history of corporate sustainability shows that this has not always been the case. From corporate environmental protection to social and societal responsibility (CSR), the handling of sustainability issues in companies has now matured into a new form of corporate management, sustainable or responsible corporate governance. This development path has been shaped by milestones such as the universal definition of sustainability by the Brundtland Commission, the introduction of the holistically conceived three-pillar model of sustainability, the debate on materiality assessment, the CSR reporting obligation and the adoption of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the Paris Climate Agreement. In this white paper you will learn what conclusions and forecasts this development path of the real economy allows for on the future of ESG development on the financial market.

Our central question: Is the sustainability development of the real economy a forerunner of the ESG development on the financial market?

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