The EY Sustainability Matters podcast explores sustainability as a business issue. Hosted by EY’s Chris Hagler, the series offers insights on key business risks and opportunities, through an environmental, social, governance and sustainability lens.
Integrating natural capital into business decision-making
In this episode, EY’s Chris Hagler welcomes Mark Gough, the Executive Director of the Natural Capital Coalition, and Carter Ingram, Senior Manager in EY’s Climate Change and Sustainability Services group, to discuss the integration of natural capital into corporate decision-making. © 2020 Ernst & Young LLP
Evolving factors in the energy transition
In this episode, EY’s Chris Hagler welcomes Jules Kortenhorst, the CEO of Rocky Mountain Institute, and Klair White, Senior Vice President with EY’s Infrastructure Advisory Group, to discuss various factors in the transition to cleaner energy.© 2020 Ernst & Young LLP.
Data and technology driving clean energy
In this episode, EY’s Chris Hagler welcomes back Jules Kortenhorst, the CEO of Rocky Mountain Institute, and Klair White, Senior Vice President with EY’s Infrastructure Advisory Group. They continue their discussion as it relates to clean energy technology, and the many opportunities businesses have to be a part of a lower carbon future. © 2020 Ernst & Young LLP.
How are investors integrating ESG into their decision-making?
This episode is a recording from GreenBiz 20, where EY’s Rich Goode hosted a discussion on ESG and investor decision making. The panel included Verity Chegar, Director and ESG Integration Team Lead, BlackRock Sustainable Investing; Ramsay Huntley, Sustainable Finance Strategist for sustainable innovation, Wells Fargo; Courtney Thompson, Vice President of Global Sustainable Finance, Morgan Stanley and Elodie Timmermans, EY’s Climate change and sustainability services practice. © 2020 Ernst & Young LLP.
How ESG issues are being discussed in the boardroom amidst COVID-19
EY’s Chris Hagler welcomes Ana Dutra author, speaker, business advisor and board member of three public companies, four private companies and a number of impact not-for-profits. She is also joined by Cigdem Oktem, governance specialist, regional leader for EY Center for Board Matters and non-profit board member. Together they explore the components of ESG and how boards can frame and prioritize the most relevant aspects in the context of their business decisions in our current environment.
The impact of investing
In this episode, EY’s Chris Hagler and Prudential Impact Investment’s Luke Apicella share practical advice for impact investing by talking through the history, approach and results of Prudential’s impact investments. © 2020 Ernst & Young LLP.