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Amity Insight - Human Rights: Human Wrongs
Jan 1, 2013

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Ecclesiastical Investment Management. Managing actual and potential human rights risk has become critical for some businesses operating in ‘high-risk, high-impact’ sectors. Globalised operations and supply chains have considerably heightened the risk, and getting it wrong can have catastrophic effects on reputation and the ‘licence to operate’. In this Amity Insight, we look at the international context for protecting and respecting human rights – and how business is affected.

Business Benchmark on Farm Animal Welfare: 2012 Report
Jan 1, 2013

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The Business Benchmark on Farm Animal Welfare: 2012 Report assesses how 68 of the world’s largest food companies in the food retailer and wholesaler, restaurant and bar, and food producer and manufacturer sectors are managing farm animal welfare. The report concludes that most companies are at the early stages of developing their systems, processes and reporting. It also identifies some of the key barriers to corporate action on farm animal welfare, offers case-studies of companies that have already taken action, and proposes actions that investors can take to improve corporate practice on farm animal welfare.

What Does China’s Leadership Transition Mean for ESG?
Sep 30, 2012

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Sustainalytics examined the possible implications of a change in China’s leadership on environmental, social and governance (ESG) policy developments. The views and backgrounds of the incumbents will likely result in a shift in political focus that will favour certain industries and companies, shaping selected ESG risks and opportunities for investors. The report is part of a research series focused on responsible investment in Asia.

Evolving markets: what’s driving ESG in emerging economies?
Sep 1, 2012

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EIRIS: This report combines investors’ insights with data from EIRIS’ Emerging Markets Service to explore the strong currents that are carrying forward corporate performance and disclosure on Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) issues in emerging markets. The report surveys global investors to assess what changes, if any, there have been since 2009 in the level of investment in emerging markets and in those ESG issues that interest responsible investors the most. Analysis focuses on 800 companies spread across 30 emerging economies.