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Top 5 ESG Headlines – Wednesday, 31 January 2024

Top 5 ESG Headlines – Wednesday, 31 January 2024

As we navigate the ever-evolving landscape of sustainable practices, we bring you a curated selection of the day's top 5 ESG headlines
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Welcome to our daily roundup of the most impactful and noteworthy ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance) news. As we navigate the ever-evolving landscape of sustainable practices, responsible business conduct, and societal impact, we bring you a curated selection of the day’s top 5 ESG headlines. These articles encapsulate the latest developments, innovations, and commitments that are shaping the world of ESG.

Here are today’s Top 5 ESG Headlines:

1. Morgan Stanley Survey Finds Majority of Investors Planning to Increase Sustainable Investments This Year

Individual investor interest in sustainability is on the rise, according to survey findings in a new “Sustainable Signals” report by the Morgan Stanley Institute for Sustainable Investing and Morgan Stanley Wealth Management. More than three quarters (77%) of individual investors globally say they are interested in investing in companies or funds that aim to achieve market-rate financial returns while also considering positive social and/or environmental impact

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2. UBS Appoints Beatriz Martin Jimenez as GEB Lead for Sustainability and Impact

Following Suni Harford’s decision to retire from UBS, Aleksandar Ivanovic will join UBS’s Group Executive Board as President Asset Management and Beatriz Martin Jimenez will become the GEB Lead for Sustainability and Impact in addition to her existing responsibilities.

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3. Diligent and Manifest Climate Join Forces to Enhance GHG Emissions Measurement with AI

Diligent, a leading GRC SaaS company, announced its partnership with Manifest Climate, a leading AI-driven climate risk management platform, to bring organizations comprehensive solutions that support climate measurement, reporting and disclosure

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4. Pandora Embraces Sustainability with 100% Recycled Silver and Gold in Jewelry Production

By using recycled instead of newly mined silver and gold, Pandora avoids 58,000 tons CO2 every year. Pandora, the world’s largest jewellery brand, announced it has changed its precious metals supply and is now sourcing only recycled silver and gold for all its jewellery. 

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5. ECB Broadens Climate Strategy with Enhanced Focus on Green Transition and Nature-Related Risks

  • Increasing impact of climate crisis on economy and financial system drives need for more action
  • ECB reaffirms commitment to ongoing climate actions and will review them regularly
  • Three focus areas to guide work for 2024 and 2025: implications of green transition, physical impact of climate change, and nature-related risks for the economy and financial system

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