ESG stands for Environmental, Social, and Governance investing — but it should stand for Expensive, Scarce, and Government-Controlled.

Life:Powered’s Jason Isaac was joined by Alaska Governor Mike Dunleavy, British finance and energy expert Rupert Darwall, and Liberty Oilfield Services CEO Chris Wright for a discussion on how the emerging energy discrimination movement among banks and investment firms threatens both energy businesses and the foundations of capitalism itself. Discriminatory investing will raise energy costs and deny energy access to the poorest among us both here and abroad.

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