It’s only a matter of time before ESG is tokenized.
To capture #ESG (environmental, social, and governance) opportunities in supply chains, energy companies should take three main steps: https://t.co/20p4vjihf2 pic.twitter.com/1mkcqMCLFE
— Boston Consulting Group (@BCG) February 1, 2022
Interest in socially responsible investments, particularly funds with environmental, social, and governance (ESG) labels, has soared in recent years — but are such funds more of a marketing tool than a meaningful solution to ESG problems? Read on: https://t.co/O1omhmx6BW pic.twitter.com/jKBRxHfk3q
— MIT Sloan Management Review (@mitsmr) February 1, 2022
“It’s not enough that companies set forth these goals. As investors, we must look carefully at what companies are promising, over what timeframe, and partner with them to advance our collective goals,” says @MITSloan's Gita Rao.https://t.co/cqsHtRHMQn
— Sustainability Initiative (@MITSloanSusty) December 20, 2021