Cohesion on ESG Standards Still Elusive, Despite Biden Win

While many expect the president-elect to take a bullish stance on environmental issues, it's unclear what a new dispensation can do for the dilemmas around ESG standards.

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Over the past five years, active managers have seen increased interest from investors in ESG—environmental, social, and governance issues—and recent history is likely to accelerate that trend. President-elect Joe Biden campaigned on a very ambitious climate change agenda, and he has said that he plans to re-enter the US in the Paris Climate Agreement as early as February. At the same time, the past year was marked by a new awareness of inequality and injustice, following the tumult of the

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