We are now publishing our ESG links on a monthly basis. You can check out the previous set of links including a look at whether cryptocurrencies can ever truly be sustainable.
Quote of the Day
"The decision to invest in a way that reflects their values and makes a difference is literally an expression of who they are and how they see themselves in the world."(John Hale)
Chart of the Day
The ESG revolution illustrated.
- The case against ESG: there is no evidence it actually changes anything for the better. (institutionalinvestor.com)
- ESG is not an investment strategy. (institutionalinvestor.com)
- Private equity is slowly, but surely, getting on the sustainability train. (axios.com)
- Private equity have been slow to sign up for the GFANZ. (bloomberg.com)
- Morningstar ($MORN) has culled its list of sustainable funds in Europe. (ft.com)
- Engine No. 1 has launched a new ETF the Transform Climate ETF ($NETZ). (etf.com)
- Dirty assets don't disappear when they are sold off. (economist.com)
- Why market cap weighted indices are more carbon-intensive than the overall economy. (papers.ssrn.com)
- There is more upside in greening 'brown assets' than the other way. (ft.com)
- Gender parity in the C-suite is a ways off. (morningstar.com)
- The CFA Institute has developed a new code to help organizations track their progress on diversity, equity, and inclusion. (institutionalinvestor.com)