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Apr 27, 2022

Join the Re/Imagine team, Barney’s faculty, graduate students, and leading thinkers in the sector to explore how technology, science, and entrepreneurship will shape risk management in the future. 

In this week’s episode, we explore and discuss the emergence of ESG (environment, social, and governance) investment and operating strategies. ESG has evolved into a cultural context for management, demonstrating value in the short term and adding value in terms of organizational sustainability and operational agility, and flexibility.

Adoption of ESG criteria is becoming evident in many organizations; - both for-profit and non-profit entities as the paradigms of the past – sacrificing short-term gains for long-term returns has been disproven through academic research. 

While ESG has emerged as a powerful foundation for a resilient culture for organizations, we have to ask, who is the driving force behind ESG? Is it the company or the consumer? Listen to learn more. 

John Thomson, Assistant Dean, Barney School of Business, Anthony Senseman, Student, University of Hartford, Robert SmithPresident, and Chief Investment Officer, Emma Harper, Vice President, Senior ESG Research Analyst, and Andrew Poreda, ESG Investing Expert, Sage Advisory Servicesjoin us to discuss evolving ESG trends and opportunities. 

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