As part of our commitment to increasing the awareness and understanding of increasingly complex Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) issues, the Thomson Reuters ESG Institute is seeking thought-leadership submissions for publication on our media and social channels.
This is an opportunity to feature your organization’s expertise, experience, and capabilities in addressing the global challenges facing corporations, governments, non-profits, and individuals alike.
We welcome submissions for publication on our premier sustainability site and encourage one submission per month in the form of articles, research launches or descriptions, infographics, videos, or written interviews that showcase innovations or best practices in the following ESG topics.
|Feb/Mar||ESG 101: Past, Present and Future|
|April||What does Corporate ESG Leadership Look Like?|
|May||What is the Future of Impact Investing?|
|June||Blockchain and ESG: Carbon Emissions, DigitalID|
|July||Stranded Assets: #1 Threat to the Global Economy|
|Aug||ESG: Driver of performance and protection against disruptions|
|Sept||Company Performance and Diversity & Inclusion|
|Oct||Measuring the UN Sustainable Development Goals: Real metrics|
|Nov||Data: How it helps sustainability efforts|
|Dec||Automation and the Future of Work|
The Thomson Reuters Sustainability site has a readership among professionals in the financial, legal, tax and accounting and corporate sectors and a global footprint in 201 countries.
In addition, each month a chosen number of submissions will also be distributed through the Thomson Reuters social media channels which reach millions of people a month via LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter.
Please send submission via email as a Word attachment to ESG.Institute@thomsonreuters.com
What can be submitted?
- Articles (800 words)
- Written Interviews (800 words)
- Research briefs with links and infographics (200 words + link/ infographic)
- Videos (5 minutes)
Who reviews and approves submissions?
The ESG Institute utilizes an advisory board to review and approve content.
What is the time frame for approval? How far in advance of each month do I need to submit?
The ESG I aims to approve submissions within 2 weeks of receipt. We can approve a submission up to 6 months in advance of the monthly topic.
Who can submit?
We welcome submissions from ESG experts across all industries, from a range of levels including senior leaders and new voices.