The Australian Financial Review: ESG reporting standards and rules need to speed up

In one of Australia's leading business-focused, daily newspaper covering the current business and economic affairs of Australia and the world, Persia discusses ESG reporting standards and in particular how such standards would provide company directors with greater certainty as to their obligations.

She discusses this in the context of regulators, consumers and other stakeholders seeking accountability for organisations found guilty of greenwashing.

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Article authored by Therese Raft, Australian Financial Review on Thursday October 6, 2022

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