The Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) movement has existed, at least in some form, for decades, but recently, it has become a point of emphasis for public and private companies, governmental entities, and the public-at-large. Despite the amount of resources and attention focused on ESG efforts, there remains a lack of clarity for two components of the ESG movement — the social and governance aspects of ESG. This book delves into the social and governance segments of ESG while also providing an overview of the environmental aspect of ESG.