Charles Stanley ESG diaries video: Investing in the ‘S’ in ESG
Factors affecting the quality of life in society are an important component of socially responsible investing.
Socially responsible investing is often associated with caring for the environment, but social issues are a key component too. Many millions of people worldwide live below the poverty line; one person in nine doesn’t have enough to eat, one in eleven has no source of safe drinking water and one in six children aged 12 to 15 is not in school. Investing sustainably also means addressing these, and many other, important issues affecting the quality of life in society.
Watch our ESG diaries video from Nerissa Parker: Discussing Social