Frequently asked questions

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What is the difference between ESG and sustainability?

Sustainability is a blanket-statement about anything a company does to “do well by doing good” and is often synonymous with corporate social responsibility. Often sustainability and corporate social responsibility activities are difficult to measure and quantify, making it challenging to measure both the real impact of these activities and to compare one company’s performance versus anothers. In order to support data-driven evaluations of a company’s performance in the area of sustainability/corporate responsibility the investor community has adopted ESG as the leading method to evaluate a company’s long-term performance through non-financial measures.