The increasing complexity of environment and climate-related regulation in Australia and globally poses a great challenge for organisations across all sectors. 

As the environment impacts on people and communities, and good corporate governance minimises the risks of adverse impacts, sustainability and environmental, social and governance (ESG) challenges and opportunities are interlinked. 

But sustainability goes further than mere compliance – it requires organisations to adopt a holistic approach to environment and climate-related issues. This is demanded not only by the law, but by the society in which organisations operate.  

ESG: A guide for General Counsel

How can GCs identify, assess and capitalise on ESG opportunities and develop a leading ESG risk and compliance culture across their organisation?

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