ESG - Environmental Social Governance

A framework for assessing a company beyond its financials

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ESG Criteria allow investors and companies to measure the impact they have on people and the planet.

The factors are broken down as so:

E - Environmental - includes a company's use of renewable energy, waste output, and GHG emissions.

S - Social - refers to how a company interacts with society from wages, to gender balance, and human rights.

G - Governance - describe the management and policies a company has in place. Corporate scandals may be a result of poor governance.

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