Report: The evolution of ESG in paint production in Indonesia

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Investors, regulators and consumers around the globe are increasing their focus on environmental, social and governance (ESG) principles as they seek products and services that protect the environment, mitigate social risk and offer positive returns for stakeholders. Indonesia has embedded ESG-related development goals into its medium- and long-term development agendas – and into its investment ecosystem – as it pursues the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). At the same time, private sector companies are taking steps that are helping to drive the country's ESG agenda. This ESG Intelligence report evaluates the integrated ESG strategy of Mowilex, Indonesia's first certified CarbonNeutral company, within the context of the country's broader development targets and pursuit of the SDGs.

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