'Growing claims of greenwashing': ESG credibility under threat from lack of standardisation, report warns

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Analysts from EY and Oxford Analytica warn booming ESG movement faces greenwashing allegations and loss of credibility if action is not taken

A lack of standardisation, regulation, and common purpose risks opening the door to 'greenwashing' in the financial sector that could undermine the burgeoning environmental, social and governance (ESG)...

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