In the midst of nearly unprecedented market volatility, sustainable business practices are proving their mettle. Companies with strong stakeholder relationships, a deep commitment to employees, smaller carbon footprints and a longer-term focus are weathering the downturn significantly better than those without such standards. While no one would have chosen these particular testing grounds, the results are clear: sustainability has real-world consequences.
Industry-wide, however, approaches to ESG investing are currently overly generalized and in-consistent. Despite progress made toward recognizing the need for sustainability, the path to implementing an ESG investment approach is still strewn with performance, cost and suitability hurdles.
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