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Tag Archives: socially responsible investment
Banking…Whose #1? This is a four part blog analyzing which of the various sectors within banking are sustainable. So many companies publish CSR reports and submit them to the Global Reporting Initiative status but not all product lines are actually applying … Continue reading →
“Perhaps it is time we understand that how we choose to spend our money is an investment in ourselves, and it defines our wealth. If we waste it, we are poor. If we are responsible, we are wealthy. But what … Continue reading →
Carbon tax is an opportunity to level the playing field. The problem is when we see the word TAX, we have a visceral reaction to it and why not? Honestly paying taxes is frustrating, and expensive. So often we do … Continue reading →
The Pickering Nuclear Power Facility near Toronto Canada was built in 1966. Yes it is well maintained. Yes there is tremendous investment in safety. Yes the people who work at the facility are dedicated. Let’s talk real costs. Yes that is … Continue reading →
The first step in evaluating a sustainable investment is to determine if the company makes money. Last year, The Honest Company is reported to have $275M as per Bloomberg. It is not just the revenues – it is the incredible … Continue reading →