PracticalESG.com is here! To celebrate our Earth Day launch, we’re planting a tree in the name of the first 422 people who sign up to receive the free practicalESG.com blog in their inbox. Sign up now and get your honorary tree!
As I blogged a few weeks ago, I’m thrilled that Lawrence Heim has joined our team to lead this new ESG platform. With Lawrence being a longtime ESG professional, you’ll be able to use his daily updates and more than 30 years of experience to get practice pointers and real talk on developments that affect your sustainability programs – including how to manage ESG data tracking and reporting.
Eventually, practicalESG.com will be home to membership-based portals that take a deeper dive into environmental, social & governance issues. We’ll be unveiling those features in the coming months, and of course we’ll also continue to cover corporate governance, proxy season issues and SEC rulemaking here on TheCorporateCounsel.net
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More on “Senate Confirms Gary Gensler as SEC Chair”
Lynn blogged last week that the Senate had confirmed Gary Gensler’s nomination as the next SEC chair. He’s now been sworn in, meaning all 5 Commissioners are now in place! And while the original confirmation ran only through June 5th of this year, the Senate has now also approved (54-45) his nomination for the succeeding 5-year term that ends June 5th, 2026.
Transcript: “Shareholders Speak: How This Year’s Expectations Are Different”
We’ve posted the transcript for our recent webcast: “Shareholders Speak: How This Year’s Expectations Are Different.” If you’re gearing up for your annual meeting – or shareholder engagements – you’ll want to check this out. Sustainable Governance Partners’ Rob Main led a program with Yumi Narita of the Office of the NYC Comptroller, Ryan Nowicki of State Street Global Advisors, and Danielle Sugarman of BlackRock. Among the topics covered:
– Key 2021 Priorities
– Voting Expectations
– Changes to In-Season Engagements
– Liz Dunshee