The Luc Hoffmann Institute and SustainAbility are conducting a survey to explore perspectives on shareholder activism and its links to corporate sustainability.
This survey is part of a broader set of activities under the Luc Hoffmann Institute project ‘Shareholder activism for sustainability‘, which aims to convene and inspire diverse thinking and practice on the issue of shareholder activism.
One survey is addressed to NGOs and civil society organisations focusing on sustainability or environmental, social and governance (ESG) challenges; the other is addressed to institutional investors, corporates and other for-profit stakeholders.
We value your input. By participating in this survey, which is strictly confidential, you will provide a critical body of evidence and help raise awareness of the issue of shareholder activism as a positive force for global sustainability.
The survey starts with a short overview of the topic and terminology. It will take you around 10-15 minutes to complete.