• U.S. Conservatives have the Potential to Beat ESG

    March 01, 2023

    Russ Greene and Stephen R. Soukup writing in National Review Online give a detailed overview of the long history of the Environmental, Society and Governance (ESG) movement as well as an analysis of the ability of American conservatives to defeat the expansion of ESG policies.

  • ESG Agenda Fulfills Warning About Managerial State

    February 21, 2023

    The implementation of the ESG agenda by progressive activists, corporate executives, and federal agencies fulfills James Burnham’s 1941 prediction of a managerial revolution that would replace capitalism.

  • U.S. Proxy Season Reveals ESG’s Staying Power

    February 21, 2023

    According to sustainability.com, U.S. proxy season, which is know to reflect current sentiment about corporate behavior, is proving to keep sustainability and ESG as prominent themes in 2023 .

  • Major Companies Begin Hiring « ESG Controllers »

    February 15, 2023

    While the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) awaits approval of their proposed climate-risk disclosure rule, some major companies, including Citi Bank are preparing in advance by creating new rolls, including the ESG controller, who will be responsible for ESG reporting.

  • DeSantis Proposes Bill Banning ‘Social Credit Scores'

    February 15, 2023

    Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has announced proposed legislation whose aim is to hinder banks and other financial institutions from discriminating against potential customers based on religious, political, or social beliefs, forbidding banking institutions from using « social credit scores ».

  • Microsoft Suspends Relationship with Group Blacklisting Conservative News

    February 13, 2023

    The Microsoft-owned Xandr has been complying with the guidelines of Global Disinformation Index (GDI), a group that intends to shut down disfavored speech including blacklisting conservative websites, leading the advertisement company to suspend working with GDI while Microsoft reviews the relationship.

  • More than 100 Groups and Leaders Back Resolution to Stop ESG Investing for U.S. Retirement Plans

    February 08, 2023

    More than 100 conservative leaders and groups are backing a new resolution whose goal is to terminate President Biden’s Department of Labor rule that allows retirement plan managers to factor environment, social and governance (ESG) issues into investment decisions, raising concerns that 152 million Americans retirement savings are being politicized.

  • House Financial Services Committee Announces ESG Working Group

    February 06, 2023

    The House Financial Services Committee, led by Patrick McHenry (R-NC), has announced a new working group to address environmental, social, and governance proposals (ESG) including the recent Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) move to mandate climate impact disclosures.

  • Republican Lawmakers to Reintroduce Legislation Cancelling the DOL's ESG Rule

    February 03, 2023

    In a news release this week, every Senate Republican, along with Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.V., and Rep. Andy Barr, R-Ky have announced that a joint resolution will be reintroduced in the Senate and House that would nullify the Department of Labor's new rule permitting retirement plan fiduciaries to consider climate change and other environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors when selecting investments and exercising shareholder rights.

  • New Global Commission Launched to Raise Mining Sustainability Standards

    February 01, 2023

    The Global Investor Commission on Mining 2030 was launched at the London Stock Exchange with the goal of reforming the mining sector for the low carbon transition by 2030 and is backed by the Church of England Pensions Board (CEPB) and advised by the United Nations Environment Programme.

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