“It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent. It is the one that is most adaptable to change.”

Whilst the origin of this quote, often mistakenly attributed to Charles Darwin, may be unknown, its validity and pertinence have been underscored by the events of 2020. The pandemic and BREXIT created huge challenges for the Food and Drink industry; but have also been catalysts for opportunity. Once such opportunity is Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) performance and positioning. Companies adapting to increasing ESG expectations by consumers, regulators, governments, supply chains and investors are seeing enhanced resilience and even growth. ITPE can support you with ESG strategy, implementation and performance monitoring/management.

For more information please refer to our ESG Strategy Series (see below). Also available to view is this introductory webinar “Unlocking value from environmental, social and governance (ESG) performance.”

ITPE ESG Strategy Series:

Using ESG to Build Resilience – Click here to download

ESG and Stock Price Resilience – Click here to download

Formalising ESG: Building from Best Practice – Click here to download

Using ESG to Build Climate Resilience – Click here to download

Build Back Better with ESG – Click here to download

Defining and Achieving the Pathway to Net Zero – Click here to download

Climate Related Financial Disclosures….is action needed now? – Click here to download

For more information please contact Katie Jeffery or Ruth Fain