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The term “ESG” has been popping up frequently in conversations, the media and corporate statements. And there’s a very good reason we’re hearing so much about ESG, since it has a lot to do with investing in a sustainable future for people and our planet. But this increased awareness of the term doesn’t necessarily mean investors have an increased understanding of what ESG is all about. This article will help narrow that divide.
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