“A better world” is not the duty of one person but “the duty of all.”

“A better world” is not the duty of one person but “the duty of all.”

Although the concept of ESG was originally intended for mobilization by the business sector, successfully solving problems and crises which pose a global challenge will  require cooperation from all sectors, including the government, the public, and the private sector, to create a sustainable world for us all.
Although the concept of ESG was originally intended for mobilization by the business sector, successfully solving problems and crises which pose a global challenge will  require cooperation from all sectors, including the government, the public, and the private sector, to create a sustainable world for us all.
Government
Businesses
The public

Goals according to “ESG” guidelines for the government

Improving the well-being of the people, with emphasis on health, education, and environmental protection.
Promoting unity and reducing disparity and inequality in society.
Protecting the country, the people, and the economy from the impact of external factors such as climate change and the global economy.
Improving the well-being of the people, with emphasis on health, education, and environmental protection.
Promoting unity and reducing disparity and inequality in society.
Protecting the country, the people, and the economy from the impact of external factors such as climate change and the global economy.

Goals according to “ESG” guidelines for businesses

Identifying the efficiency of the costs and resources used in business operations to conserve the environment.

Creating sustainable value for stakeholders and attracting investments.

Identifying and managing risks associated with ESG factors to ensure organizational resilience.

Prioritizing issues related to ESG factors in order to prepare for current and future challenges.

Limiting regulatory risks that will affect business operations.

Building trust among consumers, investors, and regulators to maintain the company’s reputation, expand the business into new markets, and increase income.

Identifying the efficiency of the costs and resources used in business operations to conserve the environment.

Creating sustainable value for stakeholders and attracting investments.

Identifying and managing risks associated with ESG factors to ensure organizational resilience.

Prioritizing issues related to ESG factors in order to prepare for current and future challenges.

Limiting regulatory risks that will affect business operations.

Building trust among consumers, investors, and regulators to maintain the company’s reputation, expand the business into new markets, and increase income.

Goals according to “ESG” guidelines for the public

Refraining from causing a negative impact on the environment.

Reducing disparity and inequality.

Contributing to building an equitable society and creating a better future.
Choosing to buy products that are friendly to the environment and society.
Adjusting one’s own social and environmental values and making the government and business organizations aware of the shift.
Society is driving ESG forward through “the power of the people.” A shift in public opinion is essential to enable lasting change.

Refraining from causing a negative impact on the environment.

Reducing disparity and inequality.

Contributing to building an equitable society and creating a better future.

Choosing to buy products that are friendly to the environment and society.

Adjusting one’s own social and environmental values and making the government and business organizations aware of the shift.

Society is driving ESG forward through "the power of the people." A shift in public opinion is essential to enable lasting change.

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