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Informed Decisions Fundamentals ESG

ESG is Data, Not Impact
By Taylor Gray, Ph.D. on October 5, 2021

ESG is big now, but it may not always mean what we think it means, as we discussed before.

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Informed Decisions Fundamentals ESG

Why Do You ESG?
By Taylor Gray, Ph.D. on September 30, 2021

A recent report is making the rounds questioning the actual impact of sustainable funds (as reported in Financial Times, or directly from the study authors). Measuring impacts against...

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Frameworks Are Not Outcomes
By Taylor Gray, Ph.D. on September 21, 2021

As someone who works in the ESG and corporate sustainability space, my social media channels are full of posts by NGOs, industry associations, and third-party governance programs calling...

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Informed Decisions Fundamentals ESG

ESG May Not Mean What You Think It Does
By Taylor Gray, Ph.D. on September 17, 2021

To say that ESG is booming is an understatement...and as someone active in this space throughout the past 15 years, that is a statement I never expected to make.

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Informed Decisions Fundamentals ESG

ESG is Not Sustainability
By Taylor Gray, Ph.D. on June 7, 2021

Interest in ESG is growing at an astonishing rate. I’ve been working in this space for 15 years now and never did I imagine I would see the acronym used in popular commentary beyond the...

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