New survey of public company board members reveals opportunities and considerations for improving ESG oversight and meeting stakeholder expectations.
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A Corporate Board Member survey of nearly 400 public company board members—conducted with the EY Center for Board Matters—reveals four potential opportunities for boards to enhance their ESG oversight, as investor, employee and consumer pressures heighten.