Environment, Social and Governance (ESG) – Valuable Intangible Assets

According to a December 13, 2019 Triple Pundit article, ESG scores are measurable and are important indicators of a company’s strength, even though ESG scores do not sit on company books - ESG assets make up between 14 and 21 percent of the market value of the S&P 500 and often represent more than 85 percent of an individual company’s value – Strong brands tend to have high ESG scores, allowing investors to align their values with their investments - Investor interest in ESG is at an all-time high - Customers and investors expect environmental responsibility, fair treatment of employees, and highly ethical behavior from management - The article is here: https://www.triplepundit.com/story/2019/brand-strength-esg-investors/85911 - Triple Pundit https://www.triplepundit.com/ is the editorial component of 3BL Media https://www.3blmedia.com/ a digital purpose-driven communication company that addresses sustainability issues for leaders of companies and non-governmental organizations - Summarized by Jack Cooper of the Animal Digestible Food Packaging Initiative www.adfpi.orgJLC@adfpi.org – Text to 301 384 8287 – #SingleUsePlastics #FoodPackaging #PlasticWaste #PlasticPackaging #MicroPlastic #Recycling