It takes 20 years to build a reputation and five minutes to ruin it. If you think about that, you´ll do things differently. (Warren Buffet).
Ethical investing, also known as socially responsible investing (SRI), sustainable, socially conscious, or “green” investing – a dear child has many names according to an old Nordic saying – is a rapidly evolving investment strategy seeking to consider both financial return and social good.
SRI, the origin of which dates back centuries e.g. to Jewish law and Halal or Shariah (religious teachings of Islam), encourages corporate practices that promote environmental stewardship, consumer protection, human rights, and diversity – in short: SOCIAL JUSTICE.
SRI can be characterized as follows:
- Embraces peace and nonviolence
- environmental stewardship
- Protects consumers
- Respects human rights and diversity
- Is socially conscious
- Promotes healthy working conditions!
SRI, including the integration of an evaluation of ESG (environmental, social, and governance)…
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