December 12, 2019 The Corporate Social Responsibility Newswire

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Services to Impact Funds: Why Data Can't Give Us Everything We Need

What services does the impact sector really need, and where do we look to find them? Maximpact.

#CSMandSRI: The State of Socially Responsible Investing - A Conversation

What roles does ESG play in shareholder engagement? What does sustainable, responsible investing really mean and where is it going? Highlights from a...

Five Ways to Scale Up Investing for Social Good

World Economic Forum research found five things critical for bringing impact investing into the mainstream.

Five Questions Investors Need to Ask about the Alliance for Bangladesh Worker Safety

Kevin Thomas outlines five major gaps in the "Alliance for Bangladesh Worker Safety" led by Walmart that should concern investors.

Evergreen Direct Investing: The CEO Perspective

Increasing incentives for long-term, sustainable investment. John Fullerton, founder of Capital Institute, shows the EDI way on Talkback.

Investing in Human Impact and Profit: How To Become a 'HIP' Investor

A new breed of investing that combines making more money and making a difference is on the horizon. R. Paul Herman, Talkback.

Impactful Empowerment: UnitedSucces

Exploring Impactful Empowerment as a key component of women's empowerment. Yvonne Finch, Director of UnitedSucces.

British Banks Among World's Biggest Lenders to Coal Industry, Report Finds

RBS tops UK list with lending €5bn for coal-mining operations, followed by Barclays and HSBC. Guardian.

Bridging Shared Value with Impact Investing & Social Enterprise: Highlights from the Corporate Impact Innovation Workshop at SoCap

Impact sector and business: why does collaboration remain the exception rather than the rule? Patricia Chin-Sweeney, Talkback.

UK Set to Invest Millions of Pounds in CSR in India

British cos. are expected to contribute as much as 100M pounds for CSR work in India under the Companies Act. Living Media India.



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