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Moral Money is the FT’s trusted destination for news and analysis about the fast-expanding world of socially responsible business, sustainable finance, impact investing, environmental, social and governance (ESG) trends, and the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals.
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Series two of Moral Money explores sustainable reporting from across the world. The video series only showcases independent reporting from FT journalists.

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How willing are fund managers to invest in sustainability?

Soaring demand for fossil fuels presents a conundrum for an industry expected to champion sustainability while maintaining investor returns.

A whistleblower’s greenwashing allegations, and the impact they’ve had

Desiree Fixler says she was fired because she warned asset manager DWS it was overstating its green credentials. DWS has always denied Fixler's allegations, but what impact have her claims had?

Series one of Moral Money analyses the zeitgeist shift in business and finance as ‘ESG’ moves to the forefront of the agenda. The series alternates between reporting, videos and data visualisations from FT journalists and commentary from global financial services provider Morgan Stanley.

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by MORGAN STANLEY

Protect businesses by having speed

The CEO of Ikea explains how companies must work together and share innovations if they are to grow and remain relevant

Cities increase emissions disclosure

Home to 55% of the global population and accounting for 70% of global emissions, cities are the forefront of the climate challenge

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