Investors and senior management still lack the tools to fully integrate sustainability into their investing and management activities.
A growing body of research confirms that investors around the world are incorporating environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues into their investment decision-making. Adding to the evidence, a recent study of institutional investors in Canada found that investors do consider ESG issues when making investment decisions.
As reflected in its business model, Discovery’s focus has always been on placing the needs of society at the core of its strategy. Discovery designs its innovative insurance products around its shared-value approach, which manifests in its health-promoting integrated insurance programme, Vitality.
For Goldcorp Inc., one of the world’s largest gold producers with operations throughout the Americas, sustainable and responsible mining is a company-wide commitment.
Why is there such a strong belief that financial types reap an unfair share of the financial rewards without a care for the rest of us? Perhaps because finance has lost its sense of purpose, and serves itself at least as much as it does the real economy.
On June 2, Sustainable Insight Capital Management (SICM) hosted Dr. Robert Scheller of Portland State University and Charles Bullard, Fellow at Harvard Forest, as part of an event titled “Forest ecosystems and climate uncertainty: investment implications along the supply chain.”
This month in the Cornerstone Journal of Sustainable Finance and Banking (JSFB), we consider the issue of “Relativity” in the capital markets. Einstein showed that even though the laws of physics are the same everywhere, people experience time and space differently. It follows that individual perspectives on change are relative to one’s own current position.
Sustainable use development of the dynamic, interconnected global ocean presents unique opportunities and challenges for the private sector.
With $218 billion spent annually on food that is not eaten, great potential exists to invest today in methods that will pay off by eliminating tomorrow’s losses.