Advocates of socially responsible Investing are focusing on the social pillar of Esg Investing, which has been seen as less understood and challenging to quantify. Data challenges have made it difficult to analyze and integrate the social aspect of ESG investing. However, there is a growing interest in social themes, particularly in relation to climate change and racial justice. The lack of standardized data has led some investors to get creative in assessing companies' social performance, including looking at engagement data, fines or lawsuits, and even reviews on Glassdoor or social media.
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