“ESG in the News” is a regular series of articles containing recent ESG news headlines that we think are worth sharing.
After recent controversy surrounding Tesla’s emission from the S&P 500 Index, this edition examines headlines regarding ESG metrics and the accuracy of ESG ratings in measuring an organisations sustainability and environmental impact…
The Wall Street Journal questions: Are ESG Ratings Purely Subjective? Are They Fair?
The Financial Times reports: Regulators take aim at ESG ratings in fight against greenwashing
Responsible Investor announces: Chair of the European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority voices concerns over ESG ratings.
Bloomberg states: Tesla’s Removal From S&P Index Sparks Debate About ESG Ratings
Research by The London Business School indicates: ESG metrics prove inconsistent
ESG Surveys are also an interesting topic prominent in the headlines…
IFA Magazine reveals: Investors ‘overly reliant’ on ESG ratings
Investment Week discloses: Survey: Greenwashing concerning but not a deterrent to impact investing
Wealth Adviser declares: Two-thirds of investors globally prefer using active funds to integrate ESG
That concludes our roundup of the ESG in the News for this month. Look out for our next edition coming soon.