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Environmental, social, and governance (ESG) news and investment research brought to you weekly covering major market trends and new research insights. With topics ranging from climate impact on investment portfolios, corporate actions, trending investment topics, and emerging ESG issues, host Mike Disabato of MSCI ESG Research walk through the latest news and research that is top of mind for MSCI ESG Research clients and partners.MSCI ESG Research products and services are provided by MSCI ESG Research LLC, and are designed to provide in-depth research, ratings and analysis of environmental, social and governance-related business practices to companies worldwide. ESG ratings, data and analysis from MSCI ESG Research LLC are also used in the construction of the MSCI ESG Indexes. MSCI ESG Research LLC is a Registered Investment Adviser under the Investment Advisers Act of 1940 and a subsidiary of MSCI Inc.

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  • The gig economy has split the workforce

    The gig economy has split the workforce

    24/09/2019 Duração: 20min

    Those Facebook workers are actually contractors (1:16), it is not just Facebook because everyone uses temporary workers in vital company roles (2:00), this is bifurcating the workforce and some are taking advantage (4:30), if you want to see how this can affect a society just go to Japan (9:32), this might be a canary in the mine for other countries (14:14), and investors are beginning to take notice (17:12), all on the record.

  • The ESG Weekly: UAW Union Strikes at GM, and Australia Picks Health Over Coal for the Week of September 16

    The ESG Weekly: UAW Union Strikes at GM, and Australia Picks Health Over Coal for the Week of September 16

    20/09/2019 Duração: 24min

    Two stories this week with ESG glasses: The United Auto Workers go on strike at GM (0:57), and Australia rejects a coal mine due to long‐term health effects (10:58), all on the record.

  • The ESG Weekly: EDF Finds Faults in its Nuclear Plants, and Contract Workers are Employees for the Week of September 9

    The ESG Weekly: EDF Finds Faults in its Nuclear Plants, and Contract Workers are Employees for the Week of September 9

    13/09/2019 Duração: 20min

    Note! This is a re-released version with one detail corrected about nuclear power generation. Two stories this week with ESG glasses: Nuclear energy and its role in the low-carbon future (0:42), and California rules contract workers are employees for app-based companies (11:58), all on the record.

  • The ESG Weekly: Data privacy and advertising dont mix, and glyphosate is banned again for the Week of September 2

    The ESG Weekly: Data privacy and advertising don't mix, and glyphosate is banned again for the Week of September 2

    06/09/2019 Duração: 17min

    Two stories this week with ESG glasses: Companies selling data have difficulties keeping data private (0:43), and Germany bans glyphosate usage (9:06), all on the record.

  • The ESG Weekly: Johnson  Johnsons Brand and Opioids, and the Fashion Industry Makes Another Coalition for the Week of August 26

    The ESG Weekly: Johnson & Johnson's Brand and Opioids, and the Fashion Industry Makes Another Coalition for the Week of August 26

    30/08/2019 Duração: 22min

    Two stories this week with ESG glasses: Johnson & Johnson's brand wavers as the opioid crisis comes home (1:10), and the fashion industry tries to lower its waste (11:09), all on the record.

  • The ESG Weekly: Singapore will track societal health with Fitbit, and shareholders no longer matter for the Week of August 19

    The ESG Weekly: Singapore will track societal health with Fitbit, and shareholders no longer matter for the Week of August 19

    23/08/2019 Duração: 23min

    Two stories this week with ESG glasses: The Singapore Health Board partners with Fitbit (0:54), and Meggin and Ric discuss the Business Roundtable's anti-Friedman claim (17:49), all on the record.

  • The hidden cost of cement

    The hidden cost of cement

    20/08/2019 Duração: 23min

    Is new stuff the best way to lower our emissions(3:36), maybe not because everything new uses everything old (7:40), well then should investors do something about it (12:00), because cement and fossil fuels are closer than you would think (15:15), all on the record.

  • The ESG Weekly: Plastics and Fossil Fuel get more cozy, and two rapid fire takes on WeWork and Disclosures for the Week of August 12

    The ESG Weekly: Plastics and Fossil Fuel get more cozy, and two rapid fire takes on WeWork and Disclosures for the Week of August 12

    16/08/2019 Duração: 20min

    Two stories this week with ESG glasses: Shell builds a petrochemical facility (0:41), and Matt and Ric quickly try to understand WeWork and the purpose of disclosures (13:44), all on the record.

  • The ESG Weekly: Walmarts CEO gets called out in the gun debate, and L Brands CMO resigns amid company turmoil on the Week of August 5

    The ESG Weekly: Walmart's CEO gets called out in the gun debate, and L Brands' CMO resigns amid company turmoil on the Week of August 5

    09/08/2019 Duração: 19min

    Two stories this week with ESG glasses: Walmart's CEO must address gun sales at his stores (0:44), and the CMO of L Brands resigns amid company turmoil (8:58), all on the record.

  • The ESG Weekly: Capital One: Whos in your wallet? And NGOs call Cargill the worst company in the world on the Week of July 29

    The ESG Weekly: Capital One: Who's in your wallet? And NGOs call Cargill the worst company in the world on the Week of July 29

    02/08/2019 Duração: 20min

    Two stories this week with ESG glasses: Capital One does not know who is in your wallet (0:38), and NGOs call Cargill the worst company in the world (10:25), all on the record.

  • The ESG Weekly: Equifax is fined a record USD$800 million after its 2017 data breach, and subprime auto loans area threaten both the auto industry and drivers on the Week of July 22

    The ESG Weekly: Equifax is fined a record USD$800 million after its 2017 data breach, and subprime auto loans area threaten both the auto industry and drivers on the Week of July 22

    26/07/2019 Duração: 20min

    Two stories this week with ESG glasses: Equifax is fined a record USD$800 million after its 2017 data breach (0:36), and subprime auto loans area threaten both the auto industry and drivers (8:01), all on the record.

  • The ESG Weekly: Water is Bigger in Texas and My Brand, My Ideology on the Week of July 15

    The ESG Weekly: Water is Bigger in Texas and My Brand, My Ideology on the Week of July 15

    19/07/2019 Duração: 23min

    Two stories this week with ESG glasses: Texas landowners sell their water to oil companies in the desert (0:53), and companies get pulled into social movements (11:22), all on the record.

  • The ESG Weekly: Vedanta is a Mine Short and Direct Listing is the New Black on the Week of July 8

    The ESG Weekly: Vedanta is a Mine Short and Direct Listing is the New Black on the Week of July 8

    12/07/2019 Duração: 20min

    Two stories this week with ESG glasses: Vedanta loses a mine, but is it Vedanta's fault (1:10), and Slack's direct listing works but does it obscure risks (7:18), all on the record.

  • The ESG Weekly: Tesla Delivers Cars and Wayfairs Labor Problem on the Week of July 1

    The ESG Weekly: Tesla Delivers Cars and Wayfair's Labor Problem on the Week of July 1

    05/07/2019 Duração: 15min

    Two stories this week with ESG glasses: Tesla announces record delivery of cars (0:58), and Wayfair's labor walkout is the new CEO problem (5:03), all on the record.

  • The ESG Weekly: San Frans E-Cigarette Ban and Chicken Collusion on the Week of June 25

    The ESG Weekly: San Fran's E-Cigarette Ban and Chicken Collusion on the Week of June 25

    28/06/2019 Duração: 16min

    Two stories this week with ESG glasses: San Francisco bans the use and sale of e-cigarettes (0:44), and poultry processors are accused of collusion in chicken prices (9:11), all on the record.

  • Tomorrows Labor Solution Is... Unions?

    Tomorrow's Labor Solution Is... Unions?

    25/06/2019 Duração: 22min

    Karl Marx's biggest meme was a labor innovation (2:42), but also an investor problem (4:48), but someone should tell South Korea (6:42) because the tech model has labor problems (11:00) and Jack Ma and Richard Liu poked the bear (13:11), all on the record.

  • The ESG Weekly: Facebooks Libra and the Trans Mountain Pipeline on the Week of June 17

    The ESG Weekly: Facebook's Libra and the Trans Mountain Pipeline on the Week of June 17

    21/06/2019 Duração: 16min

    Two stories this week with ESG glasses: Facebook announces its crypto solution in Libra (0:33), and Canada's Trans Mountain pipeline is approved (8:28), all on the record.

  • The ESG Weekly: Raytheon/UTC and Ocados Vertical Farm Play on the Week of June 10

    The ESG Weekly: Raytheon/UTC and Ocado's Vertical Farm Play on the Week of June 10

    14/06/2019 Duração: 16min

    Two stories this week with ESG glasses: Raytheon/UTC could have a human capital problem (1:11), and Ocado's vertical farm is a sustainability love story (8:25), all on the record.

  • The ESG Weekly: Corruption in China and Health Care Equipment on the Week of June 3

    The ESG Weekly: Corruption in China and Health Care Equipment on the Week of June 3

    07/06/2019 Duração: 14min

    One story this week with ESG glasses: GE, Siemens, and Philips get caught in a corruption scandal in China, so who cares about it most? (0:42), all on the record.

  • The ESG Weekly: Renault/Fiat and Malaysia Just Says No to Your Recycling on the Week of May 27

    The ESG Weekly: Renault/Fiat and Malaysia Just Says "No" to Your Recycling on the Week of May 27

    31/05/2019 Duração: 14min

    Two stories this week with ESG glasses: Renault/Fiat could end up confusing investors (0:42) and Malaysia rethinks its recycling strategy (6:26), all on the record.

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