Responsible investment is the basis of this collection focusing on those investors, of all sizes, embracing sustainability principles and practices integrating people, the environment, and prosperity into their investment strategies.
Many of the videos in this collection come from interviews conducted at annual Ceres conferences. The Ceres investor Network represents the move towards social and environmental investing sometimes referred to as "impact investing."
The Global Impact Investing Network is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to increasing the scale and effectiveness of impact investing.
Social Responsible Investing (SRI) another useful term and, as noted in Wikipedia, "is also known as sustainable, socially conscious, green or ethical investing. Basically we look at is investment strategy which seeks to consider both financial return and social good."
The Global Reporting Initiative, GRI, is a non-profit organization that works towards a sustainable global economy by providing sustainability reporting guidance. In short, the group working towards a measurement that incorporates social, environmental and economic elements. Investors look to GRI reports for risk assessment purposes.
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The Rise of Responsible Investment by James Gifford
Published on Apr 22, 2013
James Gifford says the global financial crisis has caused more firms to consider the impact of environmental, social and corporate governance factors on the long-term sustainability of a company. James Gofford, the Executive Director of the U.N. Principles for Responsible Investment says that only using financial metrics to gauge future value is "a bygone paradigm." Short-term investment strategies must be addressed by leaders coming together and saying, "Something is wrong here."
Dr. James Gifford is a Senior Fellow at the Initiative for Responsible Investment at the Harvard Kennedy School, where he researches sustainable investment in emerging markets and methods to deliver positive impact within mainstream investment strategies.
Published by the IESE. For over fifty years, IESE, the graduate business school of the University of Navarra, has been at the forefront of management education, developing and inspiring business leaders who strive to make a deep, positive and lasting impact on the people, companies and society they serve.
EarthSayer James Gifford
Risks and Opportunities interview with Anne Simpson, CalPERS
Why We Should Own the Banks by Ellen Brown
Carbon Disclosure and Investing by Stephen Donofrio
Investor Summit on Climate Risk with Tom DiNapoli
How to Build Better, More Resilient Cities with Judith Rodin
What is fossil fuel divestment and why does it matter? The Guardian
Can Do Attitudes by Mindy Lubber
The Possibilities for a Public Bank in Seattle (Public Forum Panel)
Risk and Opportunities with Ian Simm of Impax
Shifting Culture Towards Equity
Investor Guide to Engage Food Sector on Sustainability Risks
Socially Responsible Investments Reach $8.7 Trillion
Sustainability in Investment Strategies by Jack Ehnes
Canadian GRI Reporting by Michael Jantzi
Banks Step up their Sustainability Commitment by John Howell
Investor Summit on Climate Risk: Jens-Christian Stougaard
Building Constituencies for Change with Peter Kinder
Investor Summit on Climate Risk with Denis Duverne, AXA
The Corporate Sustainability Yearbook 2015 by RobecoSAM
Government Reporting Initiative (GRI) by Yolanda Banks
Sustainable Stock Exchange Initiative by The Global Compact
Social Impact of Investing by Josh Humphreys
Stopping the Rebuttal: The Future of Sustainability with Jennifer N. Coombs |
Zurich's progress in green investing by Cecilia Reyes
The Investment Logic for Sustainability by Chris McKnett