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Sustainable development is one of the priority areas of business development strategies in Russia and abroad. Sustainable development is focused on environmental protection but takes into account certain social aspects. If a company wishes to implement a more environmentally friendly, social, and economically sustainable structure, it needs a complete set of required documentation and instructions. This documentation is based on environmental, social, and governance criteria, which together form the ESG-strategy.

sustainable development, ESG-strategy, environmental responsibility, investment attractiveness, management performance, Paris Climate Agreement, sustainable development goals, financial markets
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