Environmental, Social, Corporate Governance and Responsible Investing

Environmental, social, and corporate governance (ESG) standards are used by socially conscious investors to evaluate companies they want to invest in. 

Recent events have put ESG at the forefront of the public consciousness, whether that’s through an investment, consumer or management lens. 

Extreme flooding and record heat have highlighted the danger of climate change. COVID–19 has illuminated disparities in income and healthcare, while social justice movements have emphasized racial inequalities and increased the focus on diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging (DEIB).

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