The WSJ gives us a clear answer: NO.
Although this is a gross simplification of the argument, ESG investing to save the environment means buying fossil reserves and leaving them in the ground where they lose all their market value.
The ESG paradox: "if you don't lose money on ESG investing [relative to non-ESG investing], ESG investing doesn't work. Take your pick."
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