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Sometimes, SRI refers to portfolios resulting from a deliberate inclusion or exclusion of specific investments. , hazardous chemicals) that lead to environmental pollution. “White investing” subscribes to the concept of making investment choices based on religious grounds, such as excluding companies that produce weapons, tobacco, and alcohol (the “sin” stocks). , casinos and pornography), and other adherences to specific religious rules. Finally, “red investing” defines the strategies that consider labor and human rights in the decision.
1995). Desmadryl (2007) presented a broader definition of SRI to the United Nations Environment Program Finance Initiative (UNEP FI). ”3 This definition is focused on the concept of “sustainable development,” a term used to describe economic viability in the long-term horizon that “enables present generations to satisfy their needs without threatening the ability of future generations to satisfy theirs,” a concept originally described in Our Common Future4 in 1987. Both SIF and Desmadryl’s definitions of SRI describe the concept of using a framework that links financial returns to good environmental practices and respecting the dignity of fellow humans.
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