Global sustainable investment hits $35.3trn as investors seek more ESG integration

Pedro Gonçalves
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Sustainable investment in the major financial markets globally has grown to $35.3trn and now represents 36% of all professionally-managed assets across the United States, Canada, Japan, Australasia and Europe, a report shows. The Global Sustainable Investment Review published by the Global Sustainable Investment Alliance (GSIA) maps the state of sustainable and responsible investment of major financial markets globally, combining regional data from the US, Canada, Japan, Australasia and Europe. Global sustainable investment reached $35.3trn, growth of 15% in two years, and in total eq...

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