Environment, Social, Governance


  • ESG was a term coined by the United Nations Principles of Responsible Investment that corresponds to the acronym for Environmental, Social, and Governance.
  • Responsible investment is defined as one whose strategy and practice is to incorporate environmental, social, and governance factors into investment and active ownership decisions.
  • Entities that better integrate ESG aspects get better funding and generally perform better because they have better governance and management of opportunities and risks. Examples of bad practices with material consequences are:
    • BP posted losses of $ 54 Billion as a result of the Deepwater Horizon rig spill
    • Volkswagen receives billions of euros in fines as a result of its CO2 emissions fraud
    • Facebook sees its market value reduced by billions after it became known that personal data was shared without user consent
  • How can I improve my ESG rating? There is no globally accepted standard, there are +100 ESG assessors each with their methods. But the question has an answer and Triple Sustainability offers it to you.

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