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The GreenMoney Journal encourages and promotes the awareness of socially & environmentally responsible business, investing and consumer resources in publications & online. Our goal is to educate and empower individuals and businesses to make informed financial decisions through aligning their personal, corporate and financial principles. "Responsibility from the Supermarket to the Stockmarket." The material presented in this news letter is for educational and informational purposes only. The GreenMoney Journal does not endorse or recommend firms, products, funds or advertisers.


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100 Best Corporate Citizens 2008
March 28, 2008 11:33 PM - , Green Money Journal

This list - CRO's 100 Best Corporate Citizens 2008 - matters. If you think for a minute that it doesn't, then get on the phone or sit upright at your computer to listen to or read some of the phone calls and e-mails CRO magazine received from irate companies that found themselves MIA from the list or lower in the rankings than they would have liked.

Ten New Green Mutual Funds
March 13, 2008 12:57 AM - , Green Money Journal

As 2008 begins, mutual fund investors have ten new opportunities to make money and make a difference. The US, Europe, Asia, and the UK figure prominently in the following selection of new or recent portfolios, as do green, sustainable, and profitable companies.

GreenMoney Interviews: Jerry Dodson, Founder of the Parnassus Funds
March 7, 2008 12:21 AM - , Green Money Journal

Jerry Dodson is one of the more unique leaders of the SRI community. For well over 20 years Jerry has run the Parnassus family of funds, which is the only major SRI fund family based in the Western US, San Francisco to be exact. Jerry is known for his straightforward communication style, especially in their quarterly and annual shareholder reports. As an investor I appreciate their investment philosophy that states 'companies with ethical business practices make for good long-term investments.'

Twenty Diverse Companies Make the Sustainability Cut
December 29, 2007 11:26 AM - , Green Money Journal

What do large-cap apparel maker Nike, medium-cap office furniture maker Herman Miller and small-cap coffee roaster Green Mountain Coffee Roasters all have in common? They are all found on the 2007 Sustainable Business 20 (SB20) List of the World's Top Sustainable Stocks. The SB20 list ranges from sector to sector, from large company to small, from mainstream companies to specialized environmental companies, in search of companies that are raising expectations for what it means to be a sustainable company.

Sustainability Gets a Warmer Embrace from US Companies
December 24, 2007 08:05 PM - By Mindy S. Lubber, for, Green Money Journal

Fifteen years ago, when the GreenMoney Journal was launched, a relative handful of niche companies such as Ben & Jerry's, Timberland, and Tom's of Maine, were integrating the social consciences of their founders and even, in some cases, their spiritual values, into the capitalist model. But these companies were far outside the mainstream of American corporate culture, throwbacks to the idealism of the 1960s, and represented a tiny fraction of American corporate power.

Twenty Diverse Companies Make the Sustainability Cut
December 24, 2007 07:58 PM - Anne Moore Odell, socialfunds.com, for, Green Money Journal

What do large-cap apparel maker Nike, medium-cap office furniture maker Herman Miller and small-cap coffee roaster Green Mountain Coffee Roasters all have in common? They are all found on the 2007 Sustainable Business 20 (SB20) List of the World's Top Sustainable Stocks.

Rating the SRI Funds
October 12, 2007 12:33 PM - Michael Kramer, M.Ed, AIF, Green Money Journal

Investors face a persistent challenge in understanding the varied criteria used by socially responsible mutual funds to select portfolio holdings. As there are no universal standards for the industry, a fund that excludes only tobacco from consideration, or that has a specific religious or other focus, is grouped in the socially responsible investment (SRI) category with dozens of other funds which apply a broader range of ethical criteria to the selection of companies. Like the concept of sustainability, social responsibility can address a combination of variables, such as avoidance and affirmative screens, shareholder advocacy, and community development investing. Fund companies may address industries, corporate practices across sectors, and numerous international issues, by conducting social research using internal and external resources in unique ways.

A Review: Investors Get Record Results Pushing Corporate Action on Climate Change In 2007
October 1, 2007 06:09 PM - Cliff Feigenbaum, Green Money Journal

Investors engaging with US companies on the financial risks and opportunities from climate change had their most successful year ever during the 2007 proxy season.

A record 43 climate-related shareholder resolutions were filed with US companies this year, of which 15 led to positive actions by businesses such as ConocoPhillips, Wells Fargo and Hartford Insurance. Shareholders withdrew their resolutions after the companies made their climate-related commitments. Remaining resolutions that went to a vote received record high average voting support of 21.6 percent, including 39.5 percent support for a resolution filed with Allegheny Energy, the highest vote ever on a global warming shareholder resolution.

Twenty Diverse Companies Make the Sustainability Cut
September 20, 2007 06:27 PM - Anne Moore Odell, Green Money Journal

What do large-cap apparel maker Nike, medium-cap office furniture maker Herman Miller and small-cap coffee roaster Green Mountain Coffee Roasters all have in common? They are all found on the 2007 Sustainable Business 20 (SB20) List of the World's Top Sustainable Stocks.

The SB20 list ranges from sector to sector, from large company to small, from mainstream companies to specialized environmental companies, in search of companies that are raising expectations for what it means to be a sustainable company.

Seeking the Socially Responsible Investing Gold Standard
September 20, 2007 06:24 PM - Benjamin Bingham, Green Money Journal

My path to become the High Impact Portfolio manager at Benchmark Asset Managers may seem circuitous. The golden thread is my personal relation to money, from blaming it for all the ills of the world to seeing it as a tool for the good. I have learned that investing, lending, and purchasing all may become acts of good will. I want to make that real for as many as possible.

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