In a recent piece, McKinsey addresses common criticisms of the current focus on environmental, societal and governance concerns (ESG), arguing that many miss the point of the effort entirely. Criticisms of ESG largely fall into four categories: it is a distraction, it is too difficult, it is not measurable, and it is not predictive of financial performance.
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