Covid crisis prompts ESG awakening
Encroachment makes it easier for pathogens to pass to humans, writes Pedro van Gaalen
While the pandemic’s economic impact continues to reverberate through global markets, its health and humanitarian consequences and its likely origin have intensified focus on environmental, social and governance (ESG) investing.
ESG investors have traditionally focused on corporate governance, says Nedgroup "Investment’s Responsible Investment Research Report"...
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