Business & Human Rights

  • Vanguard Grows Business After Shunning ESG

    January 17, 2023

    According to Morningstar Inc. Vanguard was the sole exchange-traded fund provider of the industry’s top five firms to see its European business grow last year due to, in large part, « its minimal exposure to ESG ».

  • Wharton Creates New ESG Major

    January 11, 2023

    Wharton’s School of Business has just launched a new Major called Environmental, Social and Governance Factors for Business, causing concern that the campus will become a mouthpiece for ESG’s one sided view of business and capitalism.

  • Gregg: WEF Agenda is Alarming

    January 04, 2023

    Samuel Gregg argues that the agenda being pursued by Klaus Schwab and the World Economic has become « sufficiently alarming that anyone who believes in preserving things like liberty, sovereignty, and the decentralization of power should be concerned. »

  • EU’s ESG Reporting Standards Move Full Speed Ahead

    January 04, 2023

    Over the next few years, multinational companies will face a growing burden of sustainability reporting following the new reporting rules that have been prepared by the European Financial Reporting Advisory Group that cover all aspects of environmental, social and governance issues.

  • Why are Republicans in the U.S. Fighting Against ESG

    December 28, 2022

    Over the past year, Republican leaders in the U.S. have been increasingly fighting against environmental, social and governance (ESG) policies, in particular when it comes to investing state funds, arguing that the nation's top money managers are pursuing an ideological agenda at the expense of financial returns.

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