By Michael Murphy and Kyle Guest (July 27, 2021, 4:52 PM EDT) -- In the past year we have witnessed a significant acceleration of investment informed and motivated by environmental, social and governance, or ESG, considerations.
While many predicted the COVID-19 pandemic would suck the wind of out of ESG investing's sails, the disruptive force of the pandemic instead reinforced investors' imperative to view businesses through a holistic lens, which considers all stakeholders across the value chain.
ESG investors flocking to green technologies and climate change solutions, however, cannot afford to discard their new ESG lenses for green-tinted glasses. Regulators, consumers and the communities impacted by industry will not grant investments into renewables or...
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