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Indigenous Sustainable Investment: Discussing Opportunities in ESG

This discussion primer, prepared by FNMPC Advisory Centre, highlights an emerging Indigenous approach to ESG, and summarizes the issues, risks and rewards to be considered in the meaningful engagement of Indigenous peoples in the development and application of ESG investment standards in Canada.

Indigenous Sustainable Investment: Discussing Opportunities in ESG

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