Time For Cos. To Walk The Walk On Environmental Justice

Law360 (January 22, 2021, 6:06 PM EST) -- Companies now regularly report on a wide range of environmental, social and governance, or ESG, issues — including climate change, board member diversity and renewables use, to name a few. For many companies, ESG concerns now drive or influence many business decisions: what is sold, what is bought, how facilities operate, who is hired and what groups are supported.

Yet the environmental justice dimension of ESG — whether an entity's operations, practices and decisions disproportionally affect communities based on race, income, age, status or culture — largely remains unaddressed in most day-to-day business decisions.

Typically, environmental justice is neither mentioned by...

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