Business & Human Rights

  • Alphabet Deploys $5.7 Billion from Largest-Ever Corporate Sustainability Bond

    August 24, 2022

    Alphabet’s published 2022 Sustainable Bond Impact Report highlighted that the company has completed the allocation of the proceeds of its 2020 $5.7 billion sustainability bond, which focused on green building and renewable energy.

  • SEC Attempts to Regulate Indefinable “ESG” Topics

    August 17, 2022

    Richard Morrison writing for the Competitive Enterprise Institute (CEI) breaks down the issues concerning the Security and Exchange Commission’s attempt to pass a proposal that would amend the current Commission rule on investment company names in order to attempt to regulate Environmental Social Governance (ESG) topics.

  • Peter Thiel-Backed ETF Aims to Free Investors from ESG

    August 17, 2022

    A new exchange-traded fund, backed by Peter Thiel, the Strive U.S. Energy ETF (DRLL), which invests in broad energy stocks via the Solactive United States Energy Regulated Capped Index, aims to free investors from the “destructive mandates” of traditional environment, social and governance (ESG) investing. 

  • Japan Begins to Turn From ESG Investing

    August 09, 2022

    Five years after the launch of environmental, social and governance (ESG) and sustainable development goals (SDG), Japan has begun to shows signs of a pivot away from these types of investments as Japanese mainstream media increasingly questions the wisdom of these policies.

  • Zammit-Lucia: Analysis of the Future of ESG

    August 09, 2022

    Dr. Joe Zammit-Lucia writing in CEOWorld discusses the recent article in the Economist dissecting the future of Environmental, Society and Governance (ESG) and goes further, suggesting the failures of ESG are not simply the in the results but the framework itself.

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