Esha Mansingh, Mmaki Jantjies, Zuriel Naiker, Sumayya Vally and Lesley Ndlovu are among 109 “civic and business innovators, entrepreneurs, technology pioneers, educators, activists, artists, journalists, and more” who were chosen by The Forum of Young Global Leaders.
At COP15 a number of optimistic, exciting announcements were made – not least that the global economy could increase by more than $140-trillion a year.
Recognising that travellers have become ‘green’ conscious in terms of environmental performance, the tourism industry has moved responsible and sustainable tourism to the top of its agenda.
The incorporation of environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors into investment decision-making has grown in importance among institutional investors over the last decade, with retail investors starting to take note. But what exactly does ESG investing involve? And where do you start?
More and more, our ability to understand environmental and social impacts on assets and the growing importance of these factors to all stakeholders, allows investors to better price this risk and place an appropriate premium on it.