BNN Bloomberg: Despite the recent anti-ESG pushback in the US, many companies — roughly 90% in a survey by KPMG — plan to dedicate more financial resources to ESG over the next three years.
Forbes: Environmental, social and governance (ESG) has evolved into a crucial new corporate strategy and management discipline. It combines corporate social responsibility, supply chain strategy, production, vendor and supplier management, logistics, and employee behavior.
Yahoo Finance: Interest in sustainable investing has taken a back seat in the past year after the the environmental, social and governance strategy found itself enmeshed in a viscous political storm.
Investing.com: In a notable shift in the climate advocacy landscape, JPMorgan Chase and State Street have exited the Climate Action 100+ (CA100+), a prominent global investor coalition focused on climate change.
ESG Today: Goldman Sachs Asset Management announced the launch of the Goldman Sachs Global Green Bond UCITS ETF, a new Article 9 fund tracking a bespoke index developed with Solactive, tracking the performance of investment-grade bonds denominated in G10 currencies.
GreenBiz: As the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission finalizes its rule to standardize climate-related disclosure, how should companies and investors prepare?
ESG Clarity: Investor engagement with oil and gas companies has achieved “derisory” results and must be radically improved, including by voting down directors, according to an open letter NGO Reclaim Finance sent to 50 large investment firms.
Forbes: In 2023, the EU had a number of requirements come into effect that have a direct impact on U.S. businesses. These are directives focused on environmental, social and governance, commonly referred to as ESG, which all public companies are required to disclose.
BNN Bloomberg: Despite a barrage of Republican attacks, lackluster returns and diminishing client interest in the US, BlackRock Inc. has been quietly expanding its dominance in ESG investing.
ESG Clarity: The Belgian Presidency has decided to postpone the Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive (CSDDD) vote in the Council of the EU, following Germany’s announcement of abstention and the need for further discussions among EU Member States.