What do Nike, Wells Fargo, and BP have in common? They have all experienced controversy related to environmental, social, and governance (ESG) risks that has affected their brand value. The growth of intangible assets (e.g., brand value), which now comprise 90% of the S&P 500’s total assets, emphasizes the importance of ESG analysis and considering risks that aren’t always reported on company financial statements.
Is There a Place for EVs in Reaching Net Zero?
Podcast recorded on 03/15/2021
Two Sage ESG research analysts, Andy Poreda and Sara Rodriguez, discuss what getting to “net zero” means for the auto industry and the challenges and. . . .
Are Disasters Really Natural? Insights from a Disasterologist
Podcast recorded on 03/09/2021
Many questions are still unanswered following Winter Storm Uri, which left millions of Texans without power and water for days. Could this disaster have been. . . .
Getting to Net Zero
Podcast recorded on 02/10/2021
Our planet has been logging the warmest years on record, and we are increasingly experiencing the adverse effects of climate change. It has been widely. . . .