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Corporate Finance: Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG)

Corporations conduct business activities that have an impact on the environment, peoples’ lives, and on notions of ethics and transparency. As a result, corporations have a responsibility to both their shareholders and society to explain their actions and to ensure they are reporting their actions accurately. In this course, Jim Stice and Kay Stice use examples from specific companies to help you better understand environmental, social, and corporate governance (ESG) reporting, as well as investment strategies conducted with ESG in mind. Jim and Kay also detail ESG activities and reporting practices across different industries, including the food industry, financial services, airlines, and oil and gas.

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