September 04, 2015 The Corporate Social Responsibility Newswire

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Fossil fuel divestment? «Not my job. But a wonderful partner»

Divestment and engagement can be "wonderful" partners in tackling climate change: interview with Laura Berry, executive director at Iccr.

East Africa Emerges as Global Hub For Impact Investing

Nearly $10 billion in impact-investment funds have flowed into East Africa, according to a recent report.

Squaring the Circle – Bringing Ecology and Sustainability Back Into Impact Investment

Businesses that combine social and environmental impact synergistically are all too rare a breed.

S&P Dow Jones Launches New Indices For Sustainable Investors

Two new products aim to help investors align investments with their core values

GFOR: ESG Investing Gaining Traction

Institutional investors have at least $4 trillion invested in environmental, social and governance strategies

8 Investments That Make a Difference

Can socially responsible companies turn their good values into good value? Market experts share their insights on potential winners.

Socially Responsible Investing: A Way to Attract Younger Clients

Advisors who are aware of socially responsible investments may have the ability to work with younger investors more easily

Are There Really too Many Venture Capitalists in Impact Investment?

Attempts to "stem the flow" of VCs into impact investment will only serve to damage the sector, writes CEO of ClearlySo Rodney Scwartz.

ShareAction comes to Italy

Interview with Catherine Howarth, CEO at Share Action, on the power active shareholders and Sri investors have to pressure listed companies to operate...

Banks are now realizing importance and potential for water investments

According to the World Economic Forum, water scarcity ranks first among all long-term risks worldwide.



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