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Environmental, Social and Governance

ESG stands for Evironmental, Social and Governance, which in Portuguese is translated as Environment, Social and Governance.

The term was coined in 2005, after then-UN Secretary General Kofi Annan called on several investors to think about how much their investment decisions had an impact on these pillars and how responsible they were for the future of generations to come.

See in the links below how CRASA Infraestrutura is strategically organized to meet environmental, social and Governance demands in all of its projects and areas of activity.


The committees have the function of advising the board of directors and fulfilling specific attributions, designated in accordance with a schedule of activities pre-established by the company's management.

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