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ESG Executive Director - Doug Chia leaves vacancy

ESG Executive Director Position @ TCB

ESG Executive Director position opening at The Conference Board (TCB) in June, since Douglas Chia is taking a position in academia at the Rutgers Center for Corporate Law & Governance. This is a dream job for the right candidate. Doug is a hereo and will be hard to replace, so you had better be good.  […]

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moskowitz-research-prize

Moskowitz Winner: CSR & Executive Compensation

Moskowitz Prize Winner Announced Moskowitz prize winner for 2017 was announced today by the Center for Responsible Business at the Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley, in collaboration with The SRI Conference (#AllinForImpact). The prize is named after research pioneer Milt Moskowitz, one of the first researchers to look for the connection between good corporate […]

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Global Stewardship at Work report Issued by CalSTRS

Global Stewardship at Work: CalSTRS

The Global Stewardship at Work report, its 2015—16 sustainability report. was released by the California State Teachers’ Retirement System (CalSTRS). This is the third year the system published the report, which is based on the Global Reporting Initiative G4 Guidelines. In 2015, CalSTRS became the first U.S. public pension plan to issue a sustainability report that met the […]

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Responsible Investor Handbook

The Responsible Investor Handbook: Review

The Responsible Investor Handbook; Mobilizing Workers’ Capital for a Sustainable World by Thomas Croft and Annie Malhotra provides a ‘how-to’ manual for workers and trustees who seek to ensure our money is working us, not against us. Buy the book from Greenlead Publishing or Amazon. As I write this review, the US SIF Foundation released their […]

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US SIF Foundation 2016 btrends report

US SIF Foundation Issues SRI Report

US SIF Foundation Releases 2016 Biennial Report on UA Sustainable, Responsible and Impact Investing Trends. Sustainable, responsible and impact investing (SRI) assets now account for $8.72 trillion, or one in five dollars invested under professional management in the United States according to the US SIF Foundation’s biennial Report on Responsible and Impact Investing Trends 2016, […]

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Tim Smith (a few years back)

Tim Smith Honored by ICCR

On September 29, 2016 Tim Smith, Walden Asset Management’s director of ESG Shareowner Engagement, will be honored at the annual event of the Interfaith Center for Corporate Responsibility (ICCR) for his decades-long, indefatigable leadership shaping the landscape of shareholder advocacy for more just and environmentally sound business policies and practices. Tim is the first secular […]

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Proxy Access & Advocacy

All In For Impact: Proxy Access and Advocacy to Thriveability

At the recent #AllInForImpact SRI Conference – on Sustainable, Responsible, Impact Investing I presented a “Topic Table.” These are informal gatherings of up to 10 people during lunch. Topics are submitted prior to the conference by any registrant who wishes to lead a discussion on an issue related to sustainable, responsible, impact investing. Mine was on […]

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Conference Scholarships For SRI/ESG Investing

All In For Impact: The 26th Annual SRI Conference will take place November 3–5, 2015 at The Broadmoor, Colorado Springs, CO. I am pleased to announce conference scholarships for SRI/ESG investing are now being made available to students and young professionals. The SRI Conference is an annual gathering of the responsible investment industry designed to stimulate, inspire, […]

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Greenpeace

Position: Greenpeace Sustainable Finance Campaigner – Beijing

An opportunity – Calvin Quek is looking to hire a Sustainable Finance Campaigner for the Beijing office of Greenpeace.  Let’s help him find the best candidate for this opportunity by passing the word on to people in our networks. The role: This person will be responsible for engaging the investment and financial communities towards helping China achieve a […]

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Investing For Impact

SRI Conference 2015: Investing for Impact

Philanthropic, Foundation Worlds Expected to Join Investors and Investment Professionals Engaged in Sustainable, Responsible, Impact (SRI) Investing; Early-Bird Registration Now Open. Now in its 26th year, the SRI Conference will be November 3-5, 2015 at The Broadmoor Hotel in Colorado Springs, Colorado and will probably be the largest ever. Leaders in the philanthropy and foundation worlds […]

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Sustainable, Responsible, Impact Investing: Part 6

This is the last in a multi-part series on the main program of the 25th annual SRI Conference on Sustainable, Responsible, Impact Investing held November 9–11, 2014 at The Broadmoor in Colorado Springs. See also Video Friday: What is Sustainable, Responsible, Impact Investing?, Violating Indigenous Peoples’ Rights Increases Industry Risks, Surveys: Nonprofit Board Members & SRI 2014 Conference Attendees, 25th Annual Conference on […]

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Sustainable, Responsible, Impact Investing

Sustainable, Responsible, Impact Investing: Part 5

This is the fifth in a multi-part series on the main program of the 25th annual SRI Conference on Sustainable, Responsible, Impact Investing held November 9–11, 2014 at The Broadmoor in Colorado Springs. See also Video Friday: What is Sustainable, Responsible, Impact Investing?, Violating Indigenous Peoples’ Rights Increases Industry Risks, Surveys: Nonprofit Board Members & SRI 2014 Conference Attendees, 25th Annual Conference on […]

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From Chapter 1 of Green Faith Comics

Sustainable, Responsible, Impact Investing: Part 4

This is the third in a multi-part series on the main program of the 25th annual SRI Conference on Sustainable, Responsible, Impact Investing held November 9–11, 2014 at The Broadmoor in Colorado Springs. See also Video Friday: What is Sustainable, Responsible, Impact Investing?, Violating Indigenous Peoples’ Rights Increases Industry Risks, Surveys: Nonprofit Board Members & SRI 2014 Conference Attendees, 25th Annual Conference on […]

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Barbara Krumsiek

Sustainable, Responsible, Impact Investing: Part 3

This is the third in a multi-part series on the main program of the 25th annual SRI Conference on Sustainable, Responsible, Impact Investing held November 9–11, 2014 at The Broadmoor in Colorado Springs. See also Video Friday: What is Sustainable, Responsible, Impact Investing?, Violating Indigenous Peoples’ Rights Increases Industry Risks, Surveys: Nonprofit Board Members & SRI 2014 Conference Attendees, 25th Annual Conference on […]

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Sustainable, Responsible, Impact Investing

Sustainable, Responsible, Impact Investing: Part 2

This is the second in a multi-part series on the 25th annual SRI Conference on Sustainable, Responsible, Impact Investing held November 9–11, 2014 at The Broadmoor in Colorado Springs. See also Video Friday: What is Sustainable, Responsible, Impact Investing?, Violating Indigenous Peoples’ Rights Increases Industry Risks, Surveys: Nonprofit Board Members & SRI 2014 Conference Attendees, Sustainable, Responsible, Impact Investing: Part 1. The Agenda […]

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Sustainable, Responsible, Impact Investing

Video Friday: What is Sustainable, Responsible, Impact Investing?

Sustainable, Responsible, Impact Investing was the subject of the 25th annual SRI Conference, held November 9–11, 2014 at The Broadmoor in Colorado Springs. I’ll post some notes from the conference, beginning next week. Meanwhile, take a look at the Twitter feed at #SRIC14. Sustainable, Responsible, Impact Investing (or “SRI”) is becoming more and more popular as investors seek […]

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European Corporate Governance: Readings & Perspectives

This new reader, edited by Thomas Clarke and Jean-Francois Chanlat offers up one of the first critiques of the subprime financial crisis within a framework that compares Anglo-American governance features with those of Europe. At the heart of the collapse was the growth of the derivatives market that was supposed to hedge against losses. Settlements […]

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