Five years in, what impact do companies have on the SDGS?

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Título: Five years in, what impact do companies have on the SDGS? / Christopher Kuales, Cosima ReiffAutor: Kuales, Christopher
Publicación: Ann Arbor, MI [etc.] : ISS ESG, 2020Descripción física: 7 p. Notas: Sumario: Sustainable Development Goal (SDG)-focused investing is an interesting opportunity for investors to take account of the current financing gap that we need to bridge to achieve the SDGs. The SDG Impact Rating helps investors identify positive and negative real-world outcomes by measuring the impact of companies' products and services, operations, and related controversies. The granularity of the SDG Impact Rating allows for customized outputs. A mere 27 percent of assessed companies have an overall positive impact on the SDGs.Materia / lugar / evento: Inversiones socialmente responsables Objetivos de Desarrollo Sostenible (ODS) Impacto económico Productos financieros Emisiones contaminantes Criterios ESG Otros autores: Reiff, Cosima
Otras clasificaciones: 921.94
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