How Sustainable Investing is like Climbing a Mountain

When I climbed Mount Everest, the best moment wasn’t on the summit – it was the moment just hours before when I realized that my fellow climbers and I indeed would reach the summit. Everest wasn’t the first big mountain that I have climbed. So it wasn’t the first time I’ve experienced progress as a matter of innumerable small steps in close tandem with your companions on the journey – and recognized that being certain you are on the right path to your ultimate goal is a worthy goal of its own.

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