In this course, you will explore the foundations upon which modern-day ESG was built, how market forces react to ESG, and ways to create and maintain value using ESG investment strategies. You will also learn about the five pathways of materiality, and how those interplay with or against ESG performance.
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It was a well compiled course. The learning modules were engaging and easy to grasp. Highly recommended for those seeking to start their ESG journey of learning.
This course is a must for all the beginners who want to make a carrier in ESG field.
Basics of ESG and case studies are well explained by the tutor.
Fantastic starting point if you are new to ESG and want to see it how and why to implement it, from a company perspective.
Amazing course for the students of ESG and for the researcher working on ESG risks and opportunities. I learned alot from this course. Thank you Coursera team.
关于 The Materiality of ESG Factors 专项课程
This specialization will provide learners with the fundamentals and history of ESG investing, and a close examination of the set of investment approaches that are informed by environmental, social and, governance factors. You'll about the five pathways of materiality, and how those interplay with or against ESG performance. You'll review the concepts of positive and negative screening and identify the ESG factors that cause investors to divest from or negatively screen certain assets.