Social distancing: quantifying the ‘S’ in ESG

The ‘social’ pillar of ESG has been the poor relation in terms of data – until now

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While the roots of environmental, social, and governance investing date back to the 1960s, it’s only in the 21st century that the practice has seen more widespread adoption. So it’s not hyperbole to say that ESG investing is still in its infancy. And of the three pillars, “social” is proving to be the problem child.

Bérénice Lasfargues is an expert in the field of ESG, as she holds degrees, certifications and real-world experience related to sustainability and the environment. For more than

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