ESG means English Environmental, Social and Governance, and it is a term coined from a challenge by the then UN Secretary General, Kofi Annan, to a group of 50 CEOs of the world’s largest financial institutions. Annan challenged them to think about how to integrate governance, sustainability and social issues into the practices of these institutions. In 2004, in a publication of the Global Compact in partnership with the World Bank, entitled Who Cares Wins, the term was coined. Nowadays, this term is understood as a synonym for good practices and a tool for measuring the sustainable performance of companies and institutions. The projects developed by IRN fall within the scope of the ESG agenda in the environmental criterion with a positive social impact and are an excellent opportunity for conscious investors, who understand the need to act immediately in the field of sustainability and the environment.