The Race to Zero: How ESG Investing will Crater the Global Financial System

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By Paul Tice

Over the past few years, sustainable investing--which is based on the theory that subjective environmental, social, and governance or ESG factors should drive corporate policy and investment decisions—has swept across Wall Street, spurred on by the United Nations, sovereign governments, and financial regulators and cheered on by academics, environmental activists, social justice warriors, and the media. To date, there has been little public resistance or analytical pushback as the ESG orthodoxy has integrated itself into almost every corner of the financial markets. By 2030, the iron curtain of sustainability will have fully descended across Wall Street. Race to Zero is meant to provide a detailed rebuttal to the case for sustainable investing from the perspective of long-time Wall Street analyst and investor and NYU Stern Adjunct Professor Paul Tice.

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