Many people hear the term ESG investing and think only of the ‘E’ and therefore it must pertain to the environment.
Tired of paying for gasoline? We've all seen gas prices skyrocket then plummet, and who hasn't experienced the frustation of gasoline price hikes just in time a planned holiday road trip? Check out what's in store for fuel in the future.
Trump’s flurry of proposals to roll back environmental regulations and reject climate change science may seem like a death toll for sustainable investors, but it might have an opposite, galvanizing effect.
We’ve written recently on the upward trend of ESG investing and the asset inflows. But what ESG criteria are most important to institutional investors?
At home, energy costs can really add up, and it isn’t like we can simply stop using electricity. A large part of our lives at home involves the need for and use of energy. From computers to home entertainment games to television and appliances, we’re used to flipping switches on and off all day long.
Everyone’s been saying lately how SRI and ESG investing trends are on the rise, as are the assets devoted to these strategies. So it must be true, right? Well, cynicism persists.
In case you missed it - independent research firm Morningstar announced a big change this spring. They will now rank funds based on environmental, social and governance (ESG) criteria.
As we head into yet another new year, you’d think by now it would be widely accepted that sustainable investing does not negatively impact portfolio performance. However, the stigma sadly persists.