Editor's letter: Why time is of the essence this Good Money Week

Particularly poignant this year

Lauren Mason
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Lauren Mason, Investment Week editor
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Lauren Mason, Investment Week editor

This week marks Good Money Week, a campaign to help raise awareness of sustainable, responsible and ethical finance.

Now in its 16th year, the industry has experienced an entire sea change since its inception, shifting from begrudgingly ‘missing out' on dividend yields from oil and gas giants, to embracing impact investing, committing to net-zero targets and joining numerous initiatives encouraging responsible investing. Good Money Week takes on a new level of poignancy this year, given it falls just weeks away from COP26 - which has been dubbed by many as "the world's last best chance" to start getting climate change under control. Readers can find out what three key industry members are expecting ahe...

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