If sustainability is going to become such an important factor for any investment, there is a dire need to change the way companies communicate with investors about sustainability, and the benchmarks investors need to use from now on. This brings us to the idea that we need a new "language" of investing: incorporating impact on the shared value, impact-weighted accounts.
Larry Fink's letter to the CEOs : Links climate change to long-term effects for shareholder/investors from an institutional voice and validates the idea that traditional finance concepts are being challenged by climate change awareness, or lack thereof.
Impact investments are outperforming traditional bets in the coronavirus crisis, which may be a turning point for wealthy investors looking to generate change.
"This article is addressed to impact investors who want to know whether their investments will actually contribute to achieving their social or environmental objectives."