Trust and Transparency Lead the Way in Nielsen’s Latest Non-Financial Materiality Assessment

With data at the center, alongside trust, transparency, and diversity and inclusion as other bedrock areas of importance for Nielsen, this latest update underscores the inherently interconnected nature of the environmental, social, and governance (ESG) areas that matter most to our business and our stakeholders over the long term; our new visual representation highlights how these strategic areas naturally overlap.

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Measuring the Impact of Climate Change

There is no denying the clear and measurable effects of climate change, and organizations around the globe are starting to assess the impact of the changing environment on their operations, align on recommendations for how companies can take strategic action on climate change and encourage increased climate-related disclosures. Nielsen is no exception; we acknowledged the […]

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Integrity is the Foundation of Everything We Do at Nielsen

Recently, Julia Wilson, VP, Global Responsibility & Sustainability, Nielsen, sat down with Emily Epstein, SVP, General Counsel of Corporate & Compliance, and Corporate Secretary, Nielsen, to discuss how a foundational focus on integrity is operationalized across the company. Our new operating principle of Trust and Accountability is key to making sure integrity is part of everyone’s day-to-day focus.

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Responsible Travel Furthers Nielsen’s Sustainability Efforts

Our Global Travel & Procurement team manages our travel suppliers in order to provide the best possible value to our Nielsen associates and to ensure that we’re focused on responsible resource management and environmental sustainability in the way that we travel. In both of our most recent non-financial materiality assessments, travel has emerged as one of the most important issues for Nielsen to monitor as it relates to the nature of our business and what our stakeholders view as most important.

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