Investing sustainably is making the jump from niche to mainstream, but as it gains in popularity, it is also becoming far more complex. Whereas investors initially preferred to exclude problematic companies or even entire sectors, there has since been a shift in attitudes.
It is not sufficient to simply distinguish between good and bad companies or, when talking about climate change, green and brown companies. Investing in, and thus supporting, only the best companies is not beneficial to either the portfolio or the environment because there are just not enough companies at the moment that are truly sustainable.
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