Once upon a time, the Little Prince by Antoine de Saint Exupéry

Once upon a time the Small Prince I count and recount them,” says the businessman. And then I lock that paper in a drawer. ” The Businessman “But it is not very serious. … I, he says again, I have … Read More

A beneficial effect of the crisis: awareness of our responsibilities

The Covid-19 pandemic has become a global economic and social crisis in record time. It dramatically shows the interdependence of the three pillars of sustainable development: the environment, the social and the economic, and the urgency of basing post-crisis development, … Read More

Conditions for the emergence of a clear horizon for responsible finance?

The regulatory framework is not up to the challenge. It is being reformed in several European countries. But the road is still long and the horizon of European harmonization even longer, but there is still hope. Here are some developments … Read More

Confidence, the first foundation of the market, is weakened by the multiplication of certifications

To illustrate this concern, in France alone, we have the 17 green and sustainable development objectives inherited from the United Nations, to which are added a dozen national labels (GreenFin, CEE, etc.). The market itself is confusing for the bona … Read More

Dilemna of the ESR investor

Motivations of an ESR investor To meet the demands of its market, the investor must integrate the strengths of its environment and ensure the compatibility of its image and its communications as perceived by its customers, employees, partners, and society … Read More