The power of SMEs to advance sustainability

The power of SMEs to advance sustainability

Small and medium enterprises account for almost 90% of the world’s companies and 50% of jobs worldwide, and yet sustainability is not that obvious of a priority for many of them. Is sustainability too overwhelming? Is it a matter of big budgets? We belive not, and in...
We need transformative governance

We need transformative governance

Many are aware of governance as a core element of sustainable and responsible business practices, primarily given to the increasing popularity of ESG criteria among companies and financial actors alike. In fact, even international institutions are beginning to...
The principle of doing no significant harm

The principle of doing no significant harm

One of the cornerstones of the newly emerged European Taxonomy, and the more recent SFDR (Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation) is that of the principle of doing no significant harm. In this new context of sustainable finance of the European Union, investments...
The complex reality of ESG

The complex reality of ESG

We are all familiar with the concept of ESG by now, referring to the different environmental, social and governance factors impacting the corporate and finance world. In fact, given the current trend of environmental degradation and social inequalities, the world is...