The report examines why sustainable investors in the United States are interested in the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the challenges in furthering the SDGs. The report also assesses whether the SDGs have led to a change in investment strategies, new investment products or new investment flows.
US SIF, investor organizations and financial industry firms' analysis of public comments on department of labor ESG proposal shows landslide of opposition
The DOL's proposal does not present a problem it is trying to solve, other than evidencing a deep distrust of investments that consider ESG criteria.
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