What a statue of the G7 leaders tells you about sustainable investing

Firms need to look at environmental impact

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Axa's offices in London

Axa's offices in London

The G7 Summit was held in Cornwall recently, with leaders promising to focus on climate change. While most of the talking appears to take place in the run-up to these events rather than during them, they do offer a focal point for campaigners on various issues.

One issue which did capture our attention was around e-waste, with musicMagpie commissioning sculptor Joe Rush to make a statue of the G7 leaders out of old electronics. The UN estimates that 53 million...

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