Acting on ESG issues was important before this pandemic and will be even more important after it.
There are no silver linings in the crisis we face today—only lessons learned, some optimistic and all grounded in sober realism. From the loss of human life to the decimation of livelihoods, the costs of COVID-19 have been too great to claim otherwise. These past weeks have shaken the world order: as of this writing, roughly 78 percent of the world’s population have engaged in varying degrees of social distancing and by the looks of it, we will likely find ourselves in an economic depression.
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