Asia’s largest urban art fair “Urban Break 2021” will open on Wednesday and run until Aug. 1 at Coex in southern Seoul. The fair, which centers on urban contemporary art and street culture, features over 1,200 works by approximately 100 artists. ...
Woori Financial Group on Monday vowed to achieve net-zero carbon emissions from its business and its asset portfolio and invest and make loans totaling 100 trillion won ($87.2 billion) into ESG-related businesses.
Lotte Group Chairman Shin Dong-bin told key employees on Thursday to look back on the past and to actively invest in discovering new businesses for innovation.
Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME) set up an ESG division to support its eco-friendly business in step with increasing renewable energy use in the shipbuilding industry, the shipbuilder said Thursday.
Hana Bank said Thursday it floated $600 million worth of environment, social and governance (ESG) bonds to help support eco-friendly projects.
KT CEO Ku Hyeon-mo, left, visits a stand in front of the KT building in Gwanghwamun, central Seoul, on Tuesday.
Participants to the 1st U.S.-Korea ESG Forum, including Stephen Dunbar-Johnson, James Kim and Kwon Tae-shin pose for a photo at the FKI conference center in Yeouido, western Seoul, on Thursday.
Environmental, social and governance (ESG) is a buzzword for companies all over the world, but conflicting ESG scores is the latest issue to confound companies and investors. “Whose tune shall we dance to?”
KT CEO Ku Hyeon-mo, left, poses with Choi Jang-bok, right, chairman of KT's labor union, after signing an ESG management agreement at KT Square in Jongno, central Seoul on Thursday.
JB Financial Group said Wednesday that it established a committee dedicated to environment, social and governance (ESG) management under the board of directors.