ESG: an acronym for Christians to embrace? by Gary Cundill


Gary Cundill explores the concept of Environmental Social Governance and finds that it is a messy one, difficult to define, and yet increasingly important to investors. How can Christians respond to it? Gary suggests we should be sceptical, as ESG may be used to conceal some doubtful ethics and make palatable an underlying first priority of financial returns; yet we might also rejoice in evidence of concern for God’s creation.