ERSTE RESPONSIBLE RETURN – The ESG Letter on Environmental, Social and Governance issues
Sustainable investors and informed customers are essential in order to decrease the negative impact of meat production on the environment.
High water consumption, pollution of soils and destruction: These are just some of the criticisms of conventional agriculture. The AUGA Group shows that it can be done differently!
For many Austrians meat is simply one of them. But the enjoyable change spares both the wallet and the environment. WWF guest author Helene Glatter-Götz gives tips for a sustainable and balanced diet.
ESG analysts look beyond traditional key ratios like cash flow and growth rates. They take a closer look and take into account the social and environmental aspects of a company.
Cattle-breeding on a global scale is very harmful to the environment. The usage of water in draught areas is one of the biggest problems. But are substitute products the answer to limiting emissions from meat production?
The food revolution takes place primarily in developing countries. In which countries has meat consumption increased? And what negative environmental and climate effects brings demand?
More in our ESG contribution!
The king is dead, long live the king. Time for our former Head of SRI Gerold Permoser to draw a summary and write a final ESG review.
The heavy use of antibiotics in industrial agriculture is considered one of the causes of the worldwide increasing number of antibiotic-resistant bacteria.
Antibiotics in the meat – how bad is it really? And what about the nutritional trends of the future?