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Episode 57 - The ESG Weekly: As the precarious work arrangements grow, investors might need to look at how companies control a workforce they don't claim as their own, and then two hot takes on Google's shakeup and coal's uninsurability for the week of December 2

Two stories this week with ESG glasses: Temporary, part‐time, contracted out, or contingent work arrangements are creating risks for investors across the entire economy as companies face liabilities for a workforce they don't want to claim (0:53). And then Ric Marshall and Umar Ashfaq joins us to discuss the founders of Google stepping down (12:27) and a report by an insurance industry group on coal's uninsurability (14:15), all through an ESG lens.

 

Episode 56 - The ESG Weekly: Should investors care about antibiotic resistance? And only a handful of companies are preventing a deforestation‐free supply chain for the week of November 18

Episode 55 - The ESG Weekly: Are wild and crazy founders really such a big deal for investors? And the streaming race is on for the week of November 11

Episode 54 -The ESG Weekly: The SEC is putting a gag order onto shareholders, and two spicy takes on Boeing and Saudi Aramco for the week of November 4

Episode 53 - The Most Important Thing An Investor Should Know About Private Prisons: Who Do They Care About?

Episode 52 - The ESG Weekly: The case against Exxon might change how companies disclose about their climate woes, and the seas are rising up to consume us all for the week of October 28

Episode 51 - The ESG Weekly: How should shareholders deal with Zuckerberg ? And Intel plans to release gender and race pay data for the week of October 21

Episode 50 - The ESG Weekly: South Africa's largest utility cannot abide, and a quick update on private prisons for the Week of October 14

Episode 49 - The ESG Weekly: Companies are Hard to Trust When They Lie, And Labor Shortages Cause Concern for the Week of October 7

Episode 48 - The ESG Weekly: The Bosses Are Getting Too Much For Too Little, and Climate Change Is Coming For Your Real Estate for the Week of September 30

Episode 47 - The ESG Weekly: Which shareholder action tool is best? And Thomas Cook collapses into liquidation for the Week of September 23

Episode 46 - The gig economy has split the workforce

Episode 45 - The ESG Weekly: UAW Union Strikes at GM, and Australia Picks Health Over Coal for the Week of September 16

Episode 44 - The ESG Weekly: EDF Finds Faults in its Nuclear Plants, and Contract Workers are Employees for the Week of September 9

Episode 43 - The ESG Weekly: Data privacy and advertising don't mix, and glyphosate is banned again for the Week of August 26

Episode 42 - The ESG Weekly: Johnson & Johnson's Brand and Opioids, and the Fashion Industry Makes Another Coalition for the Week of August 26

Episode 41 - The ESG Weekly: Singapore will track societal health with Fitbit, and shareholders no longer matter for the Week of August 19

Episode 40 - The hidden cost of cement

Episode 39 - The ESG Weekly: Plastics and Fossil Fuel get more cozy, and two rapid fire takes on WeWork and Disclosures for the Week of August 12

Episode 38 - The ESG Weekly: Walmart's CEO gets called out in the gun debate, and L Brands' CMO resigns amid company turmoil on the Week of August 5

Episode 37 - The ESG Weekly: Capital One: Who's in your wallet? And NGOs call Cargill the worst company in the world on the Week of July 22

Episode 36 - The ESG Weekly: Equifax is fined a record USD$800 million after its 2017 data breach, and subprime auto loans area threaten both the auto industry and drivers on the Week of July 22

Episode 35: The ESG Weekly: Water is Bigger in Texas and My Brand, My Ideology on the Week of July 15

Episode 34 - The ESG Weekly: Vedanta is a Mine Short and Direct Listing is the New Black on the Week of July 8

Episode 33: The ESG Weekly: Tesla Delivers Cars and Wayfair's Labor Problem on the Week of July 1

Episode 32 - The ESG Weekly: San Fran's E-Cigarette Ban and Chicken Collusion on the Week of June 25

Episode 31: Tomorrow's Labor Solution Is... Unions?

Episode 30 - The ESG Weekly: Facebook's Libra and the Trans Mountain Pipeline on the Week of June 17

Episode 29 - The ESG Weekly: Raytheon/UTC and Ocado's Vertical Farm Play on the Week of June 10

Episode 28 - The ESG Weekly: Corruption in China and Health Care Equipment on the Week of June 3

Episode 27 - The ESG Weekly: Renault/Fiat and Malaysia Just Says "No" to Your Recycling on the Week of May 27

Episode 26 - The ESG Weekly: McDonald's #MeToo moment and Overstock.com's Bitcoin play on the Week of May 20

Episode 25 - The ESG Weekly: Is There an ESG Angle on Trade Wars, and Amazon's Four-Legged Stool on the Week of May 13

Episode 24 - The ESG Weekly: Is It Disruption Week? Swine Fever and iBuying on the Week of May 6

Episode 23: The ESG Weekly: Is It Disruption Week? Swine Fever and iBuying on the Week of May 6

Episode 22 - the problems with ESG

Episode 21: The ESG Weekly: Umicore and the Cobalt Problem on the Weeky of April 22

Episode 20 - The ESG Weekly: Amazon Employees Form a (Shareholder) Union and Jack Ma's 996 Blessing on the Week of April 15

Episode 19 - The ESG Weekly: Disclosure is the Thing for Saudi Aramco and Social Media Becoming Tobacco on the Week of April 10

Episode 18 - The ESG Weekly: Im(possible?) Burgers and Wells Fargo CEO Search on the Week of April 1

Episode 17 - The ESG Weekly: McDonald's AI play and Purdue settles on the Week of March 25

Episode 16 - The ESG Weekly: Paul Ryan and Robots on the Week of March 17

Episode 15 - Leadership Crisis, or Crisis in Influence?

Episode 14 - The ESG Weekly: Week of March 10

Episode 13 - The ESG Weekly: Week of March 3

Episode 12 - Who Pays for Corruption?

EPISODE 11 - THE POWER OF PEER PRESSURE ON PAY

Episode 10 - Halloween is a Time for Zombies, Ghosts, and Frankenstein

Episode 09 - A Short History of ESG: Part II

Episode 08 - A Short History of ESG: Part I

Episode 07 - Join the Gang: Climate Edition

Episode 06 - The Privacy of Things

Episode 05 - When Genius Meets Governance

Episode 04 - Back to School Special: Student Debt, Consumer Finance, and Robots

Episode 03 - Indra Nooyi, and Why Diversity of Management Matters

EPISODE 02 - Where should we even start?

Episode 01 - Welcome to the MSCI ESG Research Podcast, ESG Now

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ESG trends

ESG trends

Read the key environmental, social and governance (ESG) trends that are top of mind for investors. In 2019 we observe that the long haul many are bracing for has already started for ESG investors.

ESG ratings

ESG ratings

MSCI ESG ratings is designed to support institutional investors’ growing ESG integration, manager reporting, engagement and portfolio monitoring needs.

ESG screened indexes

ESG screened indexes

Incorporating a range of ESG exclusions while seeking to maintain a profile similar to market cap indexes

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