Shutdown orders during the COVID-19 pandemic provided support for the issues of climate change. The pandemic and images of injustice in America revealed disparities among different demographic groups. There is pressure to address climate change and to support social justice measures. Retirement plan participants may have a stronger desire to “vote with their feet” so to speak and have an increased interest in environmental, social and governance (ESG) investing? What should plan sponsors factor into their decisions about ESG investments, and do they have a fiduciary duty to consider them?