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Once upon a time, mankind invented PFAS (per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances).

PFAS: Genius gone wrong

ESG, SRI, Equities, Research Paper, Water
PFAS have been widely used for decades due to their unique properties in various domestic and industrial applications. They are resistant to water and virtually indestructible. They are also seen as the poison of the century. Where do we stand in terms of regulation? What are the PFAS-related risks? Where are the opportunities?
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Benjamin Chekroun, ESG, SRI, Facial Recognition, Sophie Deleuze, Research Paper

Facial recognition and human rights: Research Paper

It is estimated that one billion surveillance cameras are in operation[i]. The United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights (UNGPs) urge companies to respect human rights and correct abuses when they occur. They call on companies to conduct human rights due diligence to “know and show” they respect human rights through their own activities, and the activities directly linked to their products, services, operations, and through their business relationships.

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