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COVID-19, its rapid spread and the insidious toll it is taking on humans as well as on the global economy is a perfect example of
Concerning the DOL’s proposal limiting access to ESG funds in US retirement accounts, our research, Sustainable Investment – Exploring the Linkage Between Alpha, ESG, and
Our research, Sustainable Investment Exploring the Linkage Between Alpha, ESG, and SDGs shows there is no trade-off between financial returns vs. positive societal footprint.
Time for investors and corporations to think bigger and focus on what really matters: Delivering on the SDGs not just focusing on ESGs
Concerning the FT’s column “Covid-19 Shows Why ESGs Matter,” sustainability IS more important now than ever. However, Covid-19 makes it clearer than ever why the
Today’s Financial Times Moral Money column, features an article not dissimilar to an article they have written previously nor dissimilar from several articles the Economist
The SDGs are a much broader measure of sustainability risks than the ESGs. The SDGs have more factors and address the full spectrum of global macro systemic issues that matter to all stakeholders, all businesses and all countries.
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We need a common standard, we need to be able to measure progress — peer-to-peer, how well are we achieving the SDGs? – Madelyn Antoncic of @SASB #SDGBizForum #LeadersWeek #UNGA pic.twitter.com/GvbfE0AJcT— UN Global Compact (@globalcompact) September 25, 2019
It's not just about mobilizing capital. Countries need to reduce some of their structural barriers, we need a pipeline of well-structured projects — and then the money will follow. – Madelyn Antoncic of @SASB #SDGBizForum #LeadersWeek #UNGA— UN Global Compact (@globalcompact) September 25, 2019
I think it's about education — many business leaders still think that the SDGs are a Government responsibility... but the SDGs are for business, too. – Madelyn Antoncic of @SASB at the 2019 #SDGBizForum #LeadersWeek #UNGA— UN Global Compact (@globalcompact) September 25, 2019
CEO M.Antoncic @SASB - Most companies now have sustainability strategies, but investor perception of quality of reporting much worse than corps believe; need for comparable, quality, and materiality-focused measurement - see https://t.co/qA1IC6kfln #SDGBizForum pic.twitter.com/NbYgZyYH4u— Karim Harji (@karimharji) September 25, 2019