The pandemic has underlined the importance of sustainable investing to global progress on ESG and stakeholder governance.
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Following an incredibly challenging year for the world in 2020, many people were looking forward to 2021 and putting the vicissitudes of the Covid-19 pandemic behind them. But with many countries beginning 2021 with yet more lockdowns, hopes for a return to normalcy has been temporarily dashed. Despite the fact that life is still being viewed through a Covid-19 lens, the PRI predicts that this year will be a positive one for progress on a number of ESG issues.
Grave concerns around the pandemic remain. Breakthroughs on the vaccine front have been very welcome and we hope that developed economies will work together to ensure that poorer nat
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