Women & Wealth – A Powerful Force We Can’t Afford to Lose
In the past 60 years, women have amassed great financial power and now control 32% of the world’s wealth. The pandemic has threatened this progress; many women have been forced to choose between their careers and their families. Environmental, social, and governance (ESG) investing can be a way to advance gender equality but company policies and reporting must first evolve to improve transparency around these issues.
Women, the Pandemic, & ESG Investing
The pandemic has magnified longstanding women’s issues. How can environmental, social, and governance (ESG) investing advance gender equality? The women of Sage weigh in.
ESG Highlights & Holdings — Eversource Energy
Eversource is a multi-utility company with four million electricity, natural gas, and water customers throughout Massachusetts, Connecticut, and New Hampshire. . .
The Language of ESG Investing
Sage’s Emma Harper and Andy Poreda discuss the language of ESG investing and the importance we place on financial materiality when incorporating ESG factors into. . . .