Monthly Archives: April 2013

Human rights in Sri

Listen to Margaret Wachenfeld of the Institute for Human Rights and Business. She speaks about the connection between human rights and business, and as a consequence between human rights and Sri. I think each Sri investor in the world should … Continue reading

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Eu moves on #ESG info

Just read on Twitter, @Eurosif and many others (below I’ve collected some tweets) are twitting the link of the press release. EC set to propose draft legislation on disclosure of non-financial and diversity information. … — Eurosif (@Eurosif) April … Continue reading

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Controversial issues

That’s a keyword of dramatic relevance from an Sri and Esg perspective: “controversial”. The reason is quite evident: any Esg analysis tries to focus mainly on the controversial aspects of a business. And on controversial sectors, as they generally consider … Continue reading

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VBDO executive director talking about engagement

In this video, you can listen to Giuseppe van der Helm, VBDO executive director. He says lots of interesting things about engagement and shareholder activism, which represent one of the more effective Sri strategy. «Engagement is an essential part of … Continue reading

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When comes the day

I’ve just read, favorited and retweeted a very interesting tweet about socially responsible consumers. I pasted it below. The message is: responsible consumerism is actually in the mainstream, we don’t need to wait more for it. I’m happy about that! … Continue reading

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