Environmental, Social and Governance (“ESG”) Blog

Blogs March 07, 2023 Data, Disclosures, and Decarbonization: Top Takeaways from GreenBiz23

Five takeaways from GreenBiz 23, an annual three-day sustainability conference that brings together leaders, innovators, and activists from various industries to discuss and exchange ideas, strategies, and best practices for building a sustainable fu…

Blogs February 24, 2023 Key Take-Aways from COP27

Methane pledges, financing, and a Global Stock take took center stage.

Blogs February 08, 2023 Materiality Assessments in the Context of ESG

Using materiality assessments as a critical tool for corporations seeking to evaluate and manage their ESG and sustainability performance.

Blogs December 20, 2022 WSJ Panel – Preparing for Climate Change Disclosure

A recap of a recent WSJ session focused on how companies and compliance officers alike are preparing for the SEC’s enhanced climate disclosure requirements. The obstacles and challenges for both large and small companies are discussed including how t…

Blogs November 17, 2022 Trends Watch: Renewable Energy Infrastructure

A conversation with Balduin Hesse Frontier Renewables Capital SGEIC, S.A. about the outlook for investing in renewable energy infrastructure.

Blogs November 10, 2022 Trends Watch: Impact-Driven Companies

A conversation with Carlos Domínguez Rullán of Carbono3 Ventures about the outlook for investing in impact-driven companies.

Blogs October 19, 2022 Takeaways from Workiva Amplify 2022

A recap of best practices for leveraging cloud platforms to automate data and audit processes discussed at Workiva Amplify 2022.

Blogs September 27, 2022 Leveraging ESG to Reduce Risks and Seize Opportunities

A recap of a recent EisnerAmper podcast where discussion focused on reducing risks to your business – and reaping tangible, short-term and long-term benefits – through ESG and sustainability practices.

Blogs August 22, 2022 How PACE Funding Can Help Real Estate Companies Finance ESG and Sustainability Initiatives

How can Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE funding) can be used as a tool to enable building owners to borrow 100% of funding needed upfront to make a property more sustainable, efficient, and resilient.