Here are the links and videos I’ll be using on today’s show:
Nudging towards the ESG tipping point
5 ways private debt managers can nudge corporates to make better ESG decisions
ESG Reporting and Investing: The “Nudge” Needed to Stumble Toward a Circular Economy
ESG rules, rather than IMO regulations, will nudge shipping to net zero
Is ESG the ‘Nudge’ Enterprise Risk Management Has Been Waiting For?
Biden Proposal Hints at ‘Nudge’ Toward ESG Retirement Investing (1)
An Inconvenient Truth About ESG Investing
THE GREAT RESET:
Introducing the ‘Great Reset,’ world leaders’ radical plan to transform the economy
NOTE: The lady in this last video presents this issue in what, IN MY OPINION, is a criminally flippant way. She is totally failing to honor the threat presented by the DAVOS group.
The Cornell Law School faculty’s approach to administrative law focuses on legal doctrine as enriched with social, political, historical, and social scientific considerations.
Administrative agencies make policy choices that affect virtually every aspect of American life—the quality of our air and water, the level of immigration deportations, the safety of our automobiles, the openness of the internet, the stability of our financial system, and, at least implicitly, often the prices we pay for goods and services.from the Cornell Law School