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Lunch break at a sustainability event at Marina Bay Sands in Singapore.
EB Studio Event organisers face growing pressure to reduce their environmental footprint, which mainly comes from air travel. But confusion over how to measure the climate cost of an event and who's responsible for reducing emissions is making it hard to keep a growing problem in check.
S–Ray ESG ratings (ASIA)
Weekly Top 5 Movers
4004 Resonac Holdings Corporation 13.15%
5110 Sumitomo Rubber Industries, Ltd. 12.01%
3436 SUMCO Corporation 10.36%
47050 POSCO INTERNATIONAL Corporation 9.65%
5471 Daido Steel Co., Ltd. 6.86%
Weekly Flop 5 Movers
86790 Hana Financial Group Inc. -6.21%
2057 ZTO Express (Cayman), Inc. Class A -3.86%
1301 Formosa Plastics Corporation -1.73%
601901 Founder Securities Co., Ltd. Class A -1.64%
5202 Nippon Sheet Glass Company, Limited -1.59%
Source: ESG Book
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