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Sustainable Investing

Sustainable investing, also known as socially responsible investing (SRI) or environmental, social, and governance (ESG) investing, involves choosing investments based on their positive impact on society and the environment, alongside financial performance. Investors consider factors such as a company's environmental policies, labor practices, and corporate governance when making investment decisions.

Sustainable investing aims to generate long-term financial returns while promoting positive social and environmental outcomes. This approach can reduce investment risks associated with environmental and social issues, such as regulatory changes or reputational damage. By supporting companies that prioritize sustainability, investors can drive broader changes in corporate behavior and contribute to global sustainability goals.