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(ESGX Live) Is Democracy Durable? Plus, November's Green Jobs Report
Around the world, democracy is under pressure, and testing its long-term durability. Claims of fake news, denials of fair and free elections, and the march away from democracy towards dictatorships is gathering steam.

This month we'll be joined by special guests Julie Cane and Rick Rikoski of Democracy Investments, which manages the DMCY ETF and is indexed to The Economist's Democracy Index globally. Stronger democracies rate higher while nations with dictatorships rate lower. Julie and Rick will bring their insights on the momentous changes globally, and how portfolio risk and return can be linked to governance and democracy.

Plus, join our monthly Green Jobs Report for a regular update on how employment is stronger, wages are higher, and the impact on citizens and the durability of democracy.

In this ESGX Live on Zoom and YouTube, we'll explore the following questions:
* Is democracy durable long term?
* What are the risks to society and to investors?
* Can green jobs support the forces for democracy, including higher wages for more citizens?

In addition to special guests Julie Cane and Rick Rikoski of Democracy Investments, the Green Jobs report team is produced and delivered by Amir Khaleghi, PhD candidate in Economics, University of Missouri at Kansas City, HIP Investor Impact Analyst. The latest economic and sustainable outlook will be shared by Dr. Fadhel Kaboub, Associate Professor of Economics at Denison University, and President of the Global Institute for Sustainable Prosperity.

Learn more about current and future speakers and topics at https://www.ESGX.org/

Sponsored by HIP Investor and Pottinger

Nov 15, 2022 05:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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