About the ESG Future Foundation

The ESG Future Foundation is dedicated to working with organizations and communities in all ESG aspects – that is environmental, social, and governance. The foundation embodies the mindset of all purpose-driven ESG operations.

In addition to being ‘the right thing to do’, businesses that embrace ESG principles are likely to have better long-term and financially sustainable business strategies. They are likely to have greater access to capital and have a more engaged and productive workforce. Initiatives such as these are even a fantastic way to be strongly aligned with their current and potential clients and customers and be less likely to have disadvantageous government policy or regulation ensue on them. 

By promoting ESG, the foundation helps to make the communities a sustainable and better place to live.

Why ESG Future Foundation Initiatives Are Important

People are our greatest asset – we say it often and with good reason. We care for people. We have a burning passion for talent. We respect human rights, health, safety and equal opportunities at work.

Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) criteria are a set of standards that potential investors use to screen companies that they may invest in. ESG standards look at a company’s environmental impact and their relationships in the area they operate in, including with employees, suppliers, customers and the wider community. They also look at the company’s leadership, executive pay, shareholder rights, audits and internal controls. There are studies suggesting that more environmentally minded firms offer better returns for investors. 

The well-being of our communities depends on a well-functioning government and a thriving business sector that meets society’s needs including, for example, employment creation, equitable growth, protection of natural resources, and safeguarding of customers’ interests.

Percentages to Consider

80% of the world’s largest companies are reporting exposure to physical or market transition risks associated with climate change [S&P Global Market Intelligence]

76% of consumers say they will stop buying from companies that treat the environment, employees, or the community in which they operate poorly [PwC]

ESG strategies can affect operating profits by as much as 60% [McKinsey]
Organizations with the highest employee satisfaction had ESG scores 14% higher than the global average, likely due to their strong environmental performance [Marsh & McLennan]
88% of consumers will be more loyal to a company that supports social or environmental issues [Cone Communications]
According to an analysis conducted by PwC Australia titled ESG reporting in Australia, as of the end of 2022, for Australia’s top 200 companies (ASX 200):

  • 49% of the companies Disclose some Scope 3 emissions
  • 49% of the companies Disclose a Net Zero target
  • 55% of the companies Identify climate change as a current or emerging risk
  • 57% of the companies Have targets and show evidence of monitoring performance against these for most of their material ESG topics.

Our logistic team


Robert Murphy

The founder of the company

Albert Edwards


Gloria Miles

Chief financial officer

Priscilla Howard

Chief operating officer

Jorge Wilson

Deputy CEO

Our Vision

Promoting sustainable growth beyond the borders for communities and organizations, and working with businesses to bring those growth plans to life.

Our Mission

Establishing a hub where information, experiences and strategies of ESG could be shared, learned and advanced.

What We Do?