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Editor’s note: more women means more ESG action

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A 2023 EIF report shows that companies led by women score more highly on ESG factors and engage more frequently in environmentally friendly practices (Photo: Tolga Akmen/FT Commission)

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Dear reader,

Climate change impacts women more than men. This fact is well documented. What is less well known and less well understood is that companies whose boards have a greater share of women could also be good for sustainability. 


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