Investment firms have traditionally looked to financial models to drive investment decisions.

Until now…

Environment, Social and Governance (ESG) investing is driving trillions of dollars in asset allocation and investment

And yet, the industry is seeing a shift. Environmental and societal impacts are now being factored into the process. The term being used for the new criteria is Environmental Societal and Governance, or ESG for short. No authoritative, fact-based data set has focused on this need.

Introducing the SRS Geospatial ESG Knowledge Graph, which unifies 100’s of open data sets around a single taxonomy and can be attached, plug and play, to existing traditional financial data.

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