The new tally of “sustainable” assets in the U.S.: $12 trillion

  • The 38% increase from two years ago means a quarter of the $46 trillion in total U.S. assets under management now take into account environmental, social or governance, or ESG, factors, either when selecting investments or through shareholder resolutions. Yet very little of that total is in proactive impact investments.

Capitalism 2.0 will put impact at the center of public and private market decisions

  • If Capitalism 2.0 is to be more humane, conscientious and inclusive than its previous iteration, social impact must shift from a fringe consideration to the center of business, government and investment decisions.