Climate change, and more broadly, environmental, social, and governance (ESG) challenges, are becoming increasingly important factors for investors and regulators. Several studies have attempted to assess the size of capital investments in ESG and sustainability-related subjects. We anticipate an increase in the number of organizations wanting to understand their climate risks and create measures to minimize, adapt, and strategize on how these consequences will affect the future of their business. Overall, the ESG market is expected to continue to grow as investors, consumers, and other stakeholders increasingly demand companies to demonstrate their commitment to sustainability and responsible business practices. This trend is likely to drive innovation and investment in areas such as renewable energy, clean technology, and sustainable agriculture, among others.