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How to Detect Greenwashing in the New Era of ESG:
October 11, 2022
Raphaelle d’Ornano participated in the panel How to Detect Greenwashing in this New Era of ESG at the Greenwich Economic Forum on October 11, 2022 in Greenwich (CT), together with Martin Whittaker, CEO at Just Capital, and Mark Kollar, Partner at Prosek Partners.
During the panel, Raphaëlle d’Ornano, in a context of strong ESG backlash, proposed a clear definition of the terms Environmental, Social and Governance of ESG to avoid and address greenwashing by tackling the issues one by one. While it is increasingly clear on how to consider the “E” in a company’s performance, a lot of work still has to be done on the “S”.
She emphasized that responsible investing is a massive transformation that must be embraced by Alternative Investors, and that integrating E, S and G into investors’ grids can unlock growth opportunities and drive value creation.
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