The FT's Moral Money column noted this yesterday:
For years, US investment managers have been talking about huge demand building for ESG funds — but until recently the flow of money into sustainable products had failed to live up to the hype. Now, however, it appears the dam has burst. After a record-setting 2019, Deloitte is predicting that ESG funds will account for half of all professionally managed assets in the US within just five years.
As they add:
Yes, you read that correctly. Half. That would mean growth from about $12tn in assets right now to $34.5tn by 2025.
I think there will be a market for sustainable cost accounting.