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Bloomberg Holds Conversation About Race and Its Role in the Workforce With Employees

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Race remains a difficult topic for any organization to address. But, for those that wish to be truly inclusive, race is a topic that needs to be discussed openly, candidly, and often.

Bloomberg Opens Data Submission Period for 2021 Gender-Equality Index

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Companies can submit their gender-related data via Bloomberg's Gender Reporting Framework as of today, June 1. By putting data forward using Bloomberg’s Gender Reporting Framework companies will be considered for inclusion in the 2021 Bloomberg Gender-Equality Index (GEI). The GEI tracks the financial performance of public companies most committed to gender equality in the workplace.

An Unprecedented Opportunity: Message From Mike Bloomberg

Bloomberg Impact Report 2019
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As 2019 came to a close, a period of enormous upheaval was just beginning.

The past few months have been extremely difficult for communities all over the world and for businesses in every industry — and most of all, for those who have lost loved ones to coronavirus, or who have lost their jobs because of it. The pandemic has brought about the most severe economic downturn the world has seen in many years, but it can also be a turning point that propels us forward — including in the fight against climate change.

Putting it all Together: ESG Integration

Bloomberg Impact Report 2019
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As investors, policymakers and citizens seek out more information on sustainability, Bloomberg is providing new and expanded environmental, social and governance (ESG) data sets, tools, analysis and news.

Our latest tools make it faster and easier to integrate ESG measures into the investment workflow. While interest in integrating ESG data into the investment process is skyrocketing, putting it into practice can be difficult for all but the most well-resourced or ESG focused firms.

Nearly Half of Bloomberg LP Energy Usage Now Comes From Renewables, up Sharply From 17% in 2018

Bloomberg Now at Midpoint of Reaching 100% Renewable Energy Target by 2025
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Bloomberg LP received 48.5% of its energy from renewable sources in 2019, up from 17% in 2018 and exceeding its 2020 interim goal of 35% of renewables use, according to the company’s 11th annual Impact Report released today.

Nearly Half of Bloomberg LP Energy Usage Now Comes From Renewables, up Sharply From 17% in 2018

Bloomberg Now at Midpoint of Reaching 100% Renewable Energy Target by 2025
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NEW YORK, 5 May 2020 /3BL Media/ – Bloomberg LP received 48.5% of its energy from renewable sources in 2019, up from 17% in 2018 and exceeding its 2020 interim goal of 35% of renewables use, according to the company’s 11th annual Impact Report released today.

Don’t Lose Sight of Climate Risk

By: Nadia Humphreys, Business Manager for Sustainable Finance solutions at Bloomberg
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While the COVID-19 pandemic is forcing governments and the private sector across the globe to take drastic measures, many commentators are pointing out the analogies with climate change. There is a key difference however: climate change won’t come as a surprise.

Every Action Adds Up

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In these changing and uncertain times, it’s important not to lose sight of the climate crisis, and how we can do our part. As much of the world is working from home and experiencing real disruption to normal routine, it can be a challenge to continue to live sustainably or find opportunities to make a difference.

Merck Named to 2020 Bloomberg Gender-Equality Index

Company Joins 325 Companies from Around the Globe on Prestigious List
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Merck has been named to the 2020 Bloomberg Gender-Equality Index (GEI) which recognizes companies committed to transparency in disclosing gender-related metrics and investment in workplace gender equality. The third annual index includes 325 companies spanning 50 industries headquartered across 42 countries.

For These Companies, Climate Action Is a Business Imperative

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When the world’s largest asset manager talks, business leaders listen. And what they heard last week, from BlackRock CEO Larry Fink, is that climate change is triggering “a fundamental reshaping of finance.” 

In his annual letter to executives, Fink warned that ignoring the financial risk inherent in climate change will make it harder for companies to find investors. 

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