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Environmental, social and governance ESR
IVS 2020 Agenda Consultation, defines environmental, social and governance (ESG) as ‘The criteria that together establish the framework for assessing the impact of the sustainability and ethical practices of a company on its financial performance and operations. ESG comprises three pillars: environmental, social and governance, all of which collectively contribute to effective performance, with positive benefits for the wider markets, society and world as a whole.’
RICS Valuation – Global Standards, Effective from 31 January 2022, Published by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) in November 2021, states: ‘Although ESG principally refers to companies and investors, ESG-related factors are also used to describe the characteristics and, where relevant, operation of individual assets.’
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