GROW Radio, a UK-based radio station dedicated to providing listeners with a unique podcast experience, has announced the launch of its ESG Policy and Guide during Great Green Week from June 10th to June 18th.
The new policy and guide demonstrate GROW Radio’s commitment to Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) practices, which have become increasingly important for businesses and organizations worldwide. The guide outlines the station’s sustainability goals, including reducing carbon emissions, promoting diversity and inclusion, and contributing to social causes.
“As a media organization, we recognize the importance of our role in promoting sustainability and social responsibility,” said Gary Jones, Founder of GROW Radio. “This guide demonstrates our commitment to ESG practices and serves as a blueprint for our future initiatives.”
The ESG Policy and Guide was developed by GROW Radio collaborating with experts in environmental science, social justice, and corporate governance. The team collaborated with various stakeholders, including employees, partners, and community members, to develop a comprehensive set of policies and strategies.
The ESG Policy and Guide will be available for public viewing on the station’s website starting from June 10th. In addition to launching the guide, GROW Radio will host a series of events and initiatives during Great Green Week aimed at promoting sustainability, environmental protection, and social justice. Details of these can be found on our social media accounts.
GROW Radio’s commitment to sustainability and social responsibility is reflected not only in its ESG Policy and Guide but also in its content and initiatives. With a different podcast on the hour, every hour, GROW Radio offers a diverse range of content, including news, entertainment, lifestyle, and business. The station aims to promote sustainability, environmental protection, and social responsibility through its content and initiatives.
For more information on GROW Radio and its ESG Policy and Guide, please visit http://www.growradio.uk/esg