Making sense of ESG investing
By Kay Nolan, Feb 21, 2022
When Quinn Schwellinger, 31, and his wife decided to start building an extra retirement fund to supplement their 401(k)s, they knew they wanted to invest in companies that supported their concern for the environment.
“My wife and I believe climate change is real, fundamentally,” said Schwellinger, vice president of Badger Ham, a third-generation family-owned business on Milwaukee’s south side. “I wanted to make sure our money wasn’t going toward things I didn’t want it to.”