Under the support of the UN, institutional investors all over the world have formed a network called the UN Principles for Responsible Investment (UN PRI) to implement “ESG” —on the basis thatbusiness growth should occur in conjunction with consideration for three key factors, the environment, society, and governance, which are all interrelated and play a role in the growth of the business—in analyzing and making decisions regarding investments, as well as to encourage the business sector to disclose ESG data in a concrete way in order to assure stakeholders and investors that they are supporting companies that operate responsibly and are truly committed to sustainability.
management emphasizes the efficient use of resources and conservation of the natural environment affected by the company's business operations.
management refers to the fair and equitable management of human resources, including the occupational health and safety of the company’s employees all the way to consumers, communities, and workers throughout the supply chain, such as fair compensation, safe working conditions, workers’ health and well-being, diversity, equality, and anti-corruption measures, as well as the establishing of good relationships with surrounding communities through proactive support in the form of initiatives and activities.
means establishing good corporate policies, operating with transparency, complying with regulations, fighting against corruption, and instituting operational procedures with management methods for various risks, as well as taking care of the interests of stakeholders.
are a post-2015 global development framework established by the United Nations (UN), comprising 17 goals aimed at helping to solve the problems faced by the world.
seeks to simultaneously develop three economic dimensions—bio economy, circular economy, and green economy—and promote exponential economic growth, along with social development and the maintenance of a balanced environment, thus paving the way to Thailand 4.0.
are indicators of an organization’s performance in the aspects of the environment, society, and governance, which have an impact on the investment decisions of shareholders.