JPMorgan’s asset-management unit has rolled out a trio of environmental, social and governance-themed exchange-traded funds.

The new offerings — the JPMorgan Sustainable Consumption ETF, the JPMorgan Social Advancement ETF and the JPMorgan Sustainable Infrastructure ETF — aim to “focus on investable themes that strive to align with major trends shaping the future,” the firm announced.

The Sustainable Consumption ETF bets on companies poised to profit “from growing demand for solutions that help preserve natural resources, improve resource use, or reduce waste,” JPMorgan said.

The Social Advancement ETF invests in companies that could profit “from growing demand for goods and services that facilitate economic empowerment of people across all levels of society and help people and communities survive and thrive,” according to the firm.

Sustainable Infrastructure will invest in companies that facilitate electricity, renewables, transport, water, digital, sustainable logistics, medical, social housing and education infrastructure, JPMorgan says. The firm adds that the fund's infrastructure focus not only includes physical infrastructure but social services such as medical operations, logistics and digital connectivity.

The new funds are intended to complement JPMorgan’s existing ESG-themed ETFs, including the JPMorgan Climate Change Solutions ETF, which the firm launched in December last year, according to JPMorgan. All three will be listed on the Nasdaq, the company says.

"We are seeing strong demand from clients for active sustainable investing solutions that give them access to specific companies and sectors that are driving major global trends," George Gatch, chief executive officer at JPMorgan Asset Management, said in the announcement. "JPMorgan's leadership and skill in active investing, combined with the benefits of the ETF structure, creates more opportunity for our clients to target specific exposures in their sustainable investing allocations."

With the addition of the new funds, JPMorgan Asset Management now has 48 ETFs representing more than $78 billion, according to the firm.