Episode #6: ESG Dilemmas and the Shift from Soft to Hard Law

Andreas Rasche, Professor at the Centre for Sustainability at Copenhagen Business School, joins host and Position Green Executive Chair Joachim Nahem for this latest episode.

In this episode

How can companies turn the perceived burden of ESG reporting into a benefit? And does sustainability performance actually pay at the end of the day? Acclaimed thought leader Andreas Rasche shares unique insights on the shifting compliance landscape and how sustainability is being talked about behind boardroom doors. As ESG moves further into the hard law domain, can a proactive mindset in the boardroom be the key to unlocking long-term business value?

About Andreas Rasche

Andreas is a Professor of Business in Society at the Centre for Sustainability, Copenhagen Business School, where he conducts research and teaching on corporate sustainability with a focus on ESG, governance and sustainable finance. He also serves as Associate Dean for the CBS Full-Time MBA program. Andreas has worked for and collaborated with the UN Global Compact on a number of projects, and he currently serves as Associate Editor of Business Ethics Quarterly.

Read more at arasche.com

About Sustainable Edge

The Sustainable Edge podcast series delves into the challenges and opportunities for achieving a net-zero economy and the UN SDGs by 2030. Hosted by Position Green’s Executive Chairman, Joachim Nahem, the series explores sustainability issues that are top of mind among business leaders, investors, and policymakers, and how to drive value creation and increase competitiveness by turning ESG data insights into targeted action.

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