By March 2009, sustainable investment in emerging markets had grown to over $300 billion, an estimated $50 billion of which reflect funds specifically branded as socially responsible or sustainable, according to a survey conducted at that time by Mercer. In the study, Mercer also found that it “may take a few years yet” for environmental considerations to be incorporated by asset managers in emerging markets.

Source: Corporate Social Responsibility News

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