This acronym stands for Environmental, Social and Governance criteria which are used to analyze and evaluate the consideration given to sustainable development and long-term issues in the strategy of companies.
The environmental criterion takes into account: CO2 and greenhouse gas emissions, waste recycling, electricity consumption and environmental risk prevention.
The social criterion takes into account the quality of social dialogue within companies, the employment of disabled people and employee training.
The governance criterion ensures the transparency of executive compensation, the fight against corruption and the number of women on boards of directors.
SRI (Socially Responsible Investment) is an investment that aims to reconcile economic performance with social and environmental impact by financing companies and public entities that contribute to sustainable development, regardless of their sector of activity.
By influencing the governance and behavior of actors, SRI promotes a responsible economy.