|Socially responsible investing (SRI) is about ensuring your money doesn't prop up dictatorships or flog tobacco or do anything else you disapprove of (I do hope!). It's a growing movement:
"Social investment managers often use social and environmental analysis in conjunction with traditional quantitative securities analysis to make their investment decisions." So says Investopedia. Times they are a-changin'.
What's missing in their method of screening investments is a way of having companies prove what they do by aligning all their activities to social and environmental good - in other words, a Mega Plan.
Labels: Sustainability, Vision