For decades, responsible investing was the preserve of faith-based organizations that excluded so-called “sin-stocks,” such as companies in the gambling, alcohol, tobacco and firearms industries. Today, investing that incorporates environmental, social and governance (ESG) criteria has moved into the mainstream.
ESG factors cover a wide range of issues, from measures of company carbon emissions to labor and human rights policies and corporate governance structures. Increasingly, investors
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