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It's a challenging time for executives, specifically those directors and officers of public companies. In addition to reaching profitability targets and strategic goals evaluated by shareholders on a quarterly basis, public companies are increasingly expected to establish and disclose their environmental, social and governance (ESG) goals and progress. Although ESG considerations are not necessarily new for many public companies, media attention, litigation and regulation surrounding ESG has been amplified recently.

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