What next for ESG in 2022 as the dust settles on COP26?

Pedro Gonçalves
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2021 was a year dominated by November’s COP26 climate change negotiations
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2021 was a year dominated by November’s COP26 climate change negotiations

Over the last decade, ESG has gone from fringe to mainstream. Investors and companies have seen increased regulation, demands for transparency and a quest for standards all while tackling greenwashing.

For investors focused on sustainability, 2021 was a year dominated by the run-up to and takeaways from November's COP26 climate change negotiations in Glasgow.  Although the Glasgow Climate pact...

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