The Purity of Exclusionary Lists

The Purity of Exclusionary Lists

FAITH, MONEY, AND DUTY: The Purity of Exclusionary Lists As we leaf through the GSIA (Global Sustainable Investment Alliance) report we are staggered by the numbers, sure demand is exceptional but the first question you have to ask yourself how can all of this money...

Modern Activist Theory in Clean Tech

Socially Responsible Investing is growing fast, and like any child some of its more radical ideas are maturing into more pragmatic character traits as it enters the fourth of its seven stages of life. As methodologies establish themselves and consensus gets built more...
ODYSSEY GREEN PLANET FUND IMPACT REPORT 2016

ODYSSEY GREEN PLANET FUND IMPACT REPORT 2016

Outlining our Clean Tech fund’s intentionality and measuring our impact, both environmentally and socially, on the world around us. Our fund’s impact report considers its impact on the broader environment and society and it lays out a roadmap for the fund to pursue an...

Exclusionary Lists and their Impact on shorting

Historically, companies were placed on exclusionary lists because of the moral and ethical perspectives of investors. A cursory look at the kinds of companies excluded makes this clear: nuclear armaments, cluster bombs, the tobacco industry, environmentally...
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