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Global collaboration on sustainable investment advances as leadership of sustainable investment organizations meet in London

Posted by Graham Sinclair on Tuesday, April 3, 2012, In : Events 
Sustainable investment membership organizations in major markets today agreed to join forces to create a trailblazing report on the global scope of sustainable and responsible investment. For more than a decade, these regional bodies have produced research reports, generally on a biennial schedule, on the trends in sustainable and responsible investing within their own markets.  The release of this harmonized global “Trends” report, the first ever, is scheduled for December 2012.

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Watching Sustainable Emerging Markets, London 24-25 May 2011

Posted by AfricaSIF Project on Wednesday, May 25, 2011, In : Events 
Its a sunny day in London for day 2 of the Sustainable Emerging Markets conference #sustainable2011 being held at the Renaissance Hotel in Holborn. All the whos who of the Responsible Investing (RI) world is here.

Each guru and aspiring guru is talking, listening and sharing. But where is arguing? Arguing, although a word which usually carries negative connotation, can in actuality often be a very positive insight provider. I am personally new to this field of SRI, RI, or ESG investment...

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