By Thomas Öchsner
There is a kind of start-up fever. Everyone wants to be there, no one wants to be late, everyone is in good conscience hoping for good profits: sustainable ETFs are the new darlings of lenders and investors. Every week new funds enter the market in which aspects of environmental protection, social issues and good corporate governance – ESG for short – are expected to play a special role. And every day, investors invest millions in new products because not only are they earning well, but they also have a clear conscience and ideally want to do “something for the climate”. But sustainable businesses are not always included where it says “sustainable”, “green” or “ESG”. The most important questions and answers.