The ESG Landscape part 3


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Part 3 of this series addresses how internal auditors can better identify and evaluate ESG risks within their own organizations, as well as provides real-world strategies employed by internal audit functions currently in the field.

Michelle Uwasomba, Principal, Consulting Enterprise Risk Practice, and Shannon Roberts, Principal, Climate Change and Sustainability Services Practice, of Ernst & Young LLP (EY US) share some of their experiences in supporting companies in the development and execution of management programs to identify, assess, and respond to ESG risks (both upside and downside).

See also The ESG Landscape part 1: Understanding ESG Reporting Standards in 2022 and Beyond

Read The ESG Landscaper Part 2: Implementation, reporting, and internal audit’s role