Global ESG Impact

Understanding corporate reporting on ESG, the responsibility of corporations to contribute to a better future, and save the planet.

Proposed mandatory climate risk disclosures

"I am pleased to support today’s [March 21, 2022] proposal because, if adopted, it would provide investors with consistent, comparable, and decision-useful information for making their investment decisions, and it would provide consistent and clear reporting obligations for issuers"

- Gary Gensler, Chairperson, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission

A European Green Deal

On December 11th, 2019, the European Commission presents the European Green Deal.

  • Aims to make Europe the first climate-neutral continent by 2050
  • Create an inclusive economy
  • Improve people's health and quality of life
  • Enhance the care of the environment


Case study: ExxonMobil

In this section, we present a case study about the company ExxonMobil as a representative company of the energy industry by performing an end-to-end process for the ESG news related to ExxonMobil. Firstly, we gathered the data needed for the analysis by developing crawlers that accumulate data into our datasets from alternative sources and company

Technology-based solutions for ESG investment outcomes

When considering ESG investments, portfolio managers look into companies or funds with high ESG ratings. Several companies, including MSCI, S&P, Sustainalytics, CDP, ISS, Bloomberg, and others, provide ESG ratings. However, the consensus level regarding the ratings is relatively low, which makes ESG-focused investments challenging. For example, let’s look at the correlations of ESG Ratings across

Responsible Investment

ESG is an investment approach that explicitly incorporates the environmental, social, and governance factors in investment decisions, keeping an investment portfolio’s long-term return at the forefront. Environmental factors concern the natural world, including using and interacting with renewable and nonrenewable resources. Essential considerations include biodiversity, deforestation, water security, pollution, and climate change. Social factors include

Future ESG opportunities

Research shows a significant increasing trend of institutional investors in the last fifteen years, directing funds toward ESG-related investments and funds. In 2005, institutional investors held $1.5 trillion in ESG-based funds, while by 2020, the level of ESG-based assets quadrupled to reach $6.2 trillion. This trend is a solid indicator of the need to develop

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