In the past, if an investor wanted to put their money where their mouth was and invest in companies that aligned with their morals, the only option was to avoid certain companies or markets. But as impact investing has evolved and expanded, so have the opportunities for investors to build portfolios they truly believe in.

One such opportunity is ESG investing, a method of sustainable investing that doesn’t just consider an asset’s rate of return.

Published by Alexis Rhiannon in Business Insider.