Measuring health impacts could expand ESG metrics

Joseph Mariathasan

All companies have an impact on the world beyond just the profits for shareholders. Acknowledging and measuring these impacts in a quantitative manner enables them to be managed for the benefit of all and contributes to the creation of a fairer and more just society. The environment, social and governance (ESG) movement has raised the importance of such sentiments. 

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