An alliance of asset owners and managers finds that addressing risks to people as part of efforts to integrate ESG into investment activities remains widely neglected, and provides guidance on how to thread the UN Guiding Principles throughout ESG practices (Investor Alliance for Human Rights)

Week of 18 May 2020 An alliance of asset owners and managers finds that addressing risks to people as part of efforts to integrate ESG into investment activities remains widely neglected, and provides guidance on how to thread the UN Guiding Principles throughout ESG practices (Investor Alliance for Human Rights) The Investor Alliance for Human … Continue reading An alliance of asset owners and managers finds that addressing risks to people as part of efforts to integrate ESG into investment activities remains widely neglected, and provides guidance on how to thread the UN Guiding Principles throughout ESG practices (Investor Alliance for Human Rights)

During this period of market turbulence and economic uncertainty, BlackRock (the world’s largest asset manager) finds that sustainable companies fared better (with 94% of sustainable indices outperforming their parent benchmarks in Q1 2020) and investors have preferred sustainable funds (with a 41% increase year-over-year in Q1)

Week of 18 May 2020 During this period of market turbulence and economic uncertainty, BlackRock (the world’s largest asset manager) finds that sustainable companies fared better (with 94% of sustainable indices outperforming their parent benchmarks in Q1 2020) and investors have preferred sustainable funds (with a 41% increase year-over-year in Q1) BlackRock, the world’s largest … Continue reading During this period of market turbulence and economic uncertainty, BlackRock (the world’s largest asset manager) finds that sustainable companies fared better (with 94% of sustainable indices outperforming their parent benchmarks in Q1 2020) and investors have preferred sustainable funds (with a 41% increase year-over-year in Q1)

As countries work on economic aid and recovery packages in response to COVID-19, 150 CEOs and business leaders (representing over 5 million employees and a market capitalisation of over $2.4 trillion) call on governments to prioritize a faster and fairer transition from a grey to a green economy, grounded in bold climate action

Week of 18 May 2020 As countries work on economic aid and recovery packages in response to COVID-19, 150 CEOs and business leaders (representing over 5 million employees and a market capitalisation of over $2.4 trillion) call on governments to prioritize a faster and fairer transition from a grey to a green economy, grounded in … Continue reading As countries work on economic aid and recovery packages in response to COVID-19, 150 CEOs and business leaders (representing over 5 million employees and a market capitalisation of over $2.4 trillion) call on governments to prioritize a faster and fairer transition from a grey to a green economy, grounded in bold climate action