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What is ESG? 

Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) refers to three key factors considered when measuring the sustainability and ethical impact of investment in a business or company. ESG is a general term used in capital markets and is commonly used by socially responsible investors to evaluate the behavior of partners and peer companies, as well as determining their future financial performance. These factors include: 


Examines how a business performs as a steward of our natural environment.


Reflects how the company values people. 


Examines how a company regulates itself and how the company is governed. 

Want to know more? Watch this short video from Eye on Tech to learn more about the importance of ESG and corporate responsibility.