‘E’ Is For Environmental

Climate change has become a major concern for many investors, as more people consider the record-breaking summer heatwaves in Europe, massive hurricanes in the Caribbean in the past few years, and the Australian wildfires as more than weather oddities.
For many environmental, social and governance (ESG) investors, the “E” is paramount. Meggin Thwing Eastman, executive director and research editorial director for MSCI ESG Research, notes their clients’ No. 1 environmental issue is climate change.
Yet finding ETFs with the highest environmental ratings can be tricky. Investors first need to decide what their top environmental concerns are: Is it carbon emissions? Water quality? What about deforestation?
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