In this course, you will :
- Provide learners with an understanding of the fundamentals and history of ESG investing, as well as a close examination of the set of investment approaches informed by environmental, social, and governance factors
- about the five materiality pathways and how they interact with or against ESG performance
- Examine the concepts of positive and negative screening, as well as the ESG factors that cause investors to divest from or negatively screen specific assets.
- Examine private environmental governance, private companies' active role in combating climate change, and the parallels between the public and private sectors.
- When developing corporate ESG policy, consider the effectiveness of corporate authenticity and the effects of politics, as well as the importance of establishing independent Directors to maintain neutrality and protect stakeholder interests.
- ESG Risks and Opportunities
- ESG Impact: Investor Perspective
- ESG and Climate Change
- ESG and Social Activism