15.May - 12:15



Emphasizing the S in ESG: The responsibility of entrepreneurs, politicians and individuals

In addition to ecological and economic sustainability, one term is becoming increasingly important: social sustainability. This describes the responsibility with regard to the prohibition of making current, irreversible decisions that might not be wanted by future generations. The focus here is on equal opportunities, the distribution of roles, social burdens and work, and combating unemployment in this way. Social sustainability seems to be becoming more and more important for companies, because consumers in particular are increasingly demanding this responsibility. But to what extent do companies implement this responsibility? Where does responsibility begin and how can those actions be measured in the future?