Sustainability veteran: Exposing greenwashing will get easier

The turbulent events of 2022 are a ”wake-up call” that could provide an opportunity for action, says Ulrika Hasselgren, head of sustainability at Swedish asset manager Coeli.

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Ulrika Hasselgren, the former global head of sustainable investments at Danske Bank, has worked with sustainability since the 1990s and is seen as a pioneer within sustainable investments. On Tuesday, she participated in the S-HUB Sustainable Finance & Reporting Summit 2022 in Oslo, and called for more honesty within ESG.

”During these turbulent times, there are things that are bringing us together. Covid-19 and the war in Ukraine have affected companies, investors and society as a whole very dramatically. Pressure is building on leaders to think about what they are doing, and these questions are a challenge for everyone,” she says.

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