Positive ESG Profile
Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) and impact investing have become key criteria for both investors and fund managers, leading a new path to how companies are being assessed.
In light of the increasing importance of ESG principles in the overall assessment of companies and their projects., European Metals has adopted a set of ESG metrics and disclosures.
In 2020, 33% of the US$51.4 trillion in total US assets under professional management used ESG investment criteria, with demand for ESG compliance continuing to rise sharply3 with total Global sustainable investment now topping $30 trillion—up 68% since 2014 and tenfold since 2004.4 The acceleration has been driven by heightened social, governmental, and consumer attention on the broader impact of corporations, as well as by the investors and executives who acknowledge that a strong ESG proposition is a key indicator of a company’s long-term success. Socialsuite Early Adopters Report January 2021⁴ Global Sustainable Investment Review 2018, Global Sustainable Investment Alliance, 2018, gsi-alliance.org As European Metals progresses the Cinovec project, these ESG principles will continue to guide the company and ensure the project will remain sustainable for generations to come.
As European Metals progresses the Cinovec project, these ESG principles will continue to guide the company and ensure the project will remain sustainable for generations to come.
For further information relating to the ESG profile, view the Sustainability page.