The pandemic has highlighted multiple environmental, social and governance challenges. It could boost ESG investing and its principles.
from Policy Options
The acute financial impact of COVID-19 has raised fears of a slowdown in the pace of the movement to persuade companies to consider environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors in their operations, investments and policies. As businesses retreat to focus on financial survival, many commentators are concerned that the crisis will push aside the commitments some industries have made — for instance, energy, airlines and fashion — to environmental sustainability.
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