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The investment world continues to focus on sustainability, its increasing importance leading to Environmental, Social and Corporate Governance (ESG) metrics being woven into investors’ decision-making processes. Investors themselves have been the driving force behind this change, as they continue to demand more transparency and commitment from the companies they invest in.
However, a major issue with the growing importance of sustainable investment is the absence of a universally agreed method of how to measure sustainability. The difficulty is exacerbated by ESG encompassing a vast number of issues, making it tricky to develop a one-size-fits-all approach for measuring the ESG credentials of investments.
This Special Report discusses the increasing importance of sustainability for investors. It also outlines how investors can measure the carbon footprint of their portfolios, ensuring that they meet their climate goals.