Albert Einstein wrote in May 1949 – in an article discussing Socialism and the crisis of humanity – “nowhere have we really overcome what Thorstein Veblen called “the predatory phase” of human development”.
Agriculture is key to multiple aspects of Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) investing and touches on each one of the E, S and G components. Sean MacHale shares his thoughts on ESG and sustainable agriculture.
The corona crisis has brought into focus the pre-existing conditions in our society. Can we harness this moment of clarity to build a more socially conscious society?
In this article, Professor Aaron Yoon shares with us the key implications from his latest insightful research paper – “Analyzing Active Managers’ Commitment to ESG: Evidence from United Nations Principles for Responsible Investment”
Nicholas Elfner, Co-Head of Research, and Robert Fernandez, Director of ESG Research, from Breckinridge Capital Advisors, share their thoughts on the ESG implications for corporate bonds resulting from the Covid-19 crisis.
Christopher Dixon O Mara, a climate and energy professional, shares his thoughts on the need for courage in decision making to take climate action into account.
Konrad Knerr. Director of Operations at ISS ESG Australia, shares his thoughts on ESG and the need for coordinated global action.
Thoughts on creativity, inspired by the coronavirus crisis. A reminder that companies should do more to harness this valuable resource.
Thoughts on the impact of the coronavirus crisis and whether it will be the catalyst to test new ways of organising ourselves in a more sustainable way, for the health of people and the planet.
Thoughts on being a responsible company, the impact spectrum and a reminder that all we really need is a little bit of common sense.