Socially Responsible Investing (SRI) refers to the integration of personal values and societal concerns with investment decisions, while considering both the investor's financial needs and an investment's impact on society.
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Investment in Factory Farms Questioned
First sustaining member of Washington DC Sustainable Business Network
Mar. 05 /CSRwire/ - March 5, 2007 - Today, the PFS Program publishes its 12th semi-annual Survey of Online Investor Relations of the Ten Largest Listed Companies (by market capitalization) in eleven Central and Eastern European (CEE) countries. PFS Program Manager Agnieszka Cenzartowicz,...
Bankers Explore Microfinance as Evolving Asset Class, March 19–20 in New York
New Officers Direct Operations to Advance Strategic Priorities
Investors Who Care About Social and Environmental Issues Can Now Make a Difference in Asia and Europe
Unique Novethic Survey
Feb. 07 /CSRwire/ - LONDON- 7 February 2007- FTSE Group (FTSE), the global index provider, takes another step forward in the area of corporate social responsibility benchmarking, as it launches a new set of criteria to offset climate change for its FTSE4Good Index...
Feb. 06 /CSRwire/ - SAN FRANCISCO, CA - February 6, 2007 - Recent media coverage of The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation's investment portfolio choices has increased the national dialogue on socially responsible investing, leaving some to believe that screening companies for social...
Leading Eco-Lifestyle Magazine Launches the Annual PLENTY 20