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ESG – Top Trends by Sector – Thematic Research

Sustainability used to be just about saving the planet. Today it has morphed into an umbrella term for environmental, social, and governance (ESG) issues. Citizens, governments, regulators, and the media are turning the spotlight on corporations and demanding action. Social inequality, corruption, tax avoidance, and a lack of action on climate change are all issues that companies must now address head-on, in full public view.

Scope

This report provides an overview of the key trends impacting ESG performance across 16 sectors.

It discusses GlobalData's ESG framework and our ESG action feedback loop, alongside ESG-related survey results, an ESG timeline, and GlobalData's thematic sector scorecards.

It provides a comprehensive ESG analysis for 16 sectors, including including aerospace, defense & security, automotive, construction, consumer goods, financial services, foodservice, healthcare, insurance, mining, oil & gas, packaging, power, retail & apparel, sport, technology, media & telecoms, and travel & tourism.

Key Highlights

Senior executives across all industries, particularly those in need of a framework to understand ESG trends across their business and understand risk mitigating actions that can improve their ESG performance. Anyone interested in learning more about ESG.

Reasons to Buy

Over the coming decade, ESG will transform the way that business is conducted. Customers, voters, and politicians will demand greater action is taken on environmental, social, and governance issues. Companies that take ESG seriously now will be better placed to succeed in the future. This reports sets out GlobalData's ESG framework, which CEOs can use to identify their ESG risks and understand mitigating actions. It covers the impact of ESG on 16 sectors and provides ideas on how to improve your ESG performance as well as gain competitor intelligence on what your peers are doing.

Table of Contents

AB InBev

Acciona

Accor

AECOM

AIA

Air France-KLM

Airbus

All England Lawn Tennis Club

Allianz

Alphabet

Amazon

Amcor

Anglo American

Apple

Aptar

Atos

Auchan

Aviva

AXA

BAE Systems

Balfour Beatty

Ball Corp

Barrick

BHP

BlackRock

BMW

Boeing

Boliden

Bosch

BP

BrewDog

British American Tobacco

Capgemini

Carrefour

Chevron

Chipotle

Citigroup

Compass

Crown

CVS Health

Daimler

Danone

Delta Air Lines

Denso

Diageo

Dm-drogerie Markt

EDEKA

EDF

Eli Lilly

Enel

Eni

Equinor

Extreme E

ExxonMobil

Facebook

FEI

Ferrovial

Food Lion

Ford

Fortescue Metals Group

Fortescue Metals Group

GAP

General Dynamics

GlaxoSmithKline

Goldman Sachs

HCA Healthcare

Home Depot

Honda

Iberdrola

ING

Intelligent Label Solutions

Intrepid Travel

Leidos

Lemonade

Lendlease

Lockheed Martin

L'Oréal

Maire Tecnimott

Marriott International

Marsh McLennan

McDermott

Microsoft

Molson Coors

Multiplex

National Grid

Navy Federal Credit Union

NBA

NBA

Nestlé

Newcrest

Newmont

NextEra

Nissan

Northrop Grumman

NRG

O-I Glass

Ørsted

PepsiCo

Philip Morris

Philips

Ping An

Polymetal

Puma

Raytheon

REWE

Roche

Rolls Royce

Root Insurance

Royal BAM

Royal Schiphol Group

Saipem

Seven and I Holdings

Shell

Siemens

Skanska

Smurfit Kappa

SpaceX

Starbucks

Starbucks

Stellantis

Stragbag

Suncorp

Swiss Re

Tandem

Technicas Reunidas

Tesla

Tetra Pak

The Walt Disney Company

ThermoFisher

Too Good To Go

Triodos

Unilever

UnitedHealth Group

UPM-Kymmene

USAA

Valeo

Vestas

Volkswagen

Volvo Ocean Race

Women in Football

Woolworths

Yum! Brands

Zurich

List of Tables

Our ESG Framework

The Business Imperative for ESG

Sector Analysis

Further Reading

Our Thematic Research Methodology

About GlobalData

List of Figures

Our ESG Framework

The Business Imperative for ESG

Sector Analysis

Further Reading

Our Thematic Research Methodology

About GlobalData

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