Corporate governance is concerned with holding the balance between economic and social goals and between individual and communal goals. The corporate governance framework is there to encourage the efficient use of resources and equally to require accountability for the stewardship of those resources.

A recent study has investigated how the relationships between a company’s owners, managers and boards of directors may influence its environmental performance. The findings indicate that environmental performance is higher in companies with powerful CEOs, who are also chairpersons on their board of directors.

Investors consider ESG issues for various reasons. Some may see them solely as economic risks and opportunities—a source of economic value. Others may see ESG issues not just as risks and opportunities but also as a matter of moral values.

Provides the necessary responsibilities and practices to ensure benefits realization, optimize resources and optimize risks while ensuring an organization is compliant with local laws and regulations and providing value to stakeholders

Corporate Environmental Governance has been defined as “…setting out the responsibilities of directors and establishing the accountability of the board to all the company’s stakeholders [such that it] includes the systems and tools used to achieve the company’s environmental objectives and their effectiveness in .