Renewables Aren’t Renewable
April 21, 2022 — The Russia-Ukraine war has emphasized the EU’s dependence on Russian oil and provided an opportunity to discuss long-term energy sourcing. Many clean energy advocates have used the controversy to push harder for an electrified economy, but energy independence through clean energy is complicated. This piece illustrates China’s attempt to control the entire value chain of the future clean economy and how achieving Net Zero is going to require serious consideration of new and perhaps less obvious forms of energy technology.
The Sage ESG Top 5 — Week of April 21
April 21, 2022 -- Sage's Senior ESG Research Analyst Andy Poreda provides insight on the top ESG news stories of the week. . . .
ESG ETF Performance Commentary 1Q22
April 14, 2022 -- -- This one-page report details what contributed to and detracted from performance for the Sage ESG ETF Strategies in the first quarter.
The Material Shortcomings of Energy Transition and ESG Data
For this episode of the Sage ESG Podcast, Bob Smith, President and Chief Investment Officer at Sage sat down with Dan Romito, Partner at Pickering. . . .