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Environmental, Social and Governance

ESG at T. Rowe Price

"Environmental, social, and governance (ESG) factors can impact the sustainability and long-term success of businesses. Identifying, analyzing, and integrating information about ESG risks and opportunities help enhance our ability to make better investment decisions and pursue better outcomes for our investors. We also believe that our clients should be able to invest in a way that aligns with their values on ESG issues."

Rob Sharps, President & CEO1

ESG Investing Annual Report

Latest ESG Investing Annual Report​

Our latest ESG Annual Report details our comprehensive ESG investment integration, company engagement, and proxy voting activities for 2022.

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Net Zero Asset Managers initiative

We are proud to have joined the Net Zero Asset Managers initiative (NAZMi) to support the goal of net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 or sooner

ESG reporting for our funds

Click here for the latest Proxy Voting Summary, Carbon Footprint Analysis and ESG Reports

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Latest Insights


Keeping Pace With the Energy Transition

Keeping Pace With the Energy Transition

Keeping Pace With the Energy Transition

Energy transition has broad economic, political, and investment implications

By Maria Elena Drew

Maria Elena Drew Director of Research, Responsible Investing, T. Rowe Price Associates, Inc.

August 2023 / ESG

2023 TRPIM Proxy Voting Summary

2023 TRPIM Proxy Voting Summary

2023 TRPIM Proxy Voting Summary

Key trends in T. Rowe Price Investment Management’s proxy voting activity over the...

By Christopher Whitehouse

Christopher Whitehouse Head of ESG, T. Rowe Price Investment Management

1Effective January 1, 2022.

2Used with permission. PRI is not affiliated with T. Rowe Price. For reference, please refer to the PRI assessment methodology and the T. Rowe Price Transparency Report. Under the PRI’s transparency requirements, all signatories complete an annual self-assessment. A significant portion of this report must be publicly disclosed on the PRI’s web site.

Launched in 2006, the UN Principles for Responsible Investment (UN PRI) are a set of voluntary best practice standards that asset owners and asset managers pledge to uphold in order to incorporate environmental, social, and governance (ESG) issues into their investment processes.