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Socially Responsible Investing Comes of Age

"Gradually, humanity is coming to terms with the imbalances in our society; we are in the early stages of reintegrating economics with core human values."

Four Sources of the Growth of Socially Responsible Investing

"Four main drivers point convincingly to further expansion in the field of values-based investing: the popularization of investing, changing values, the expanding role of corporations, and ecological unraveling."

Socially Responsible Investments Yield Strong Financial Returns

"The Citizens Index has a commanding lead of 260 percent total return versus 189 percent for the S&P 500."

Socially Responsible Investing is Good for the Soul

"Most spiritual practices emphasize awareness?getting in touch with what is happening in one's mind or body. Natural Investing also teaches awareness?getting in touch with what is happening with one's money. "

Socially Responsible Investment Strategies: Four Spokes of the Wheel

"Choosing your strategies is one of the fun parts of Natural Investing. This important step is the one in which you map out a game plan for bringing your values into the financial world."

Social Issues to Consider When Screening Your Investments

"The following eleven "snapshots" cover the most common avoidance screens being used by Natural Investors today."

Screening Investments for Quality and Social Values

"How people are treated has a major bearing on the bottom line."

Supporting Renewable Energy and Conservation through Investing

"If renewables are going to become the primary provider of power in the new century, then emerging technologies must be perfected and accepted in the marketplace."

Environmentally Responsible Investing

"Both consumers and industry must find ways to reduce consumption of virgin wood. Entrepreneurial opportunities await businesses that can satisfy our need for pulp and lumber without cutting down trees."

Investing in Community Development Financial Institutions

"Not only is Community Investing an effective way to get money into the grass roots, it's also a wise outlay in a diversified portfolio."

Influencing Corporations through Shareholder Activism

"Business can make a profit _and_ be an ally of social change and environmental progress; the role of shareholder activists is to encourage companies to work toward this double bottom line."

Understanding the Nuts and Bolts of Investing

"There are really only two ways you can invest your money. You can be an "owner" who buys a share of a company, or a "lender" who loans money to a bank, business, or government agency."

Socially Responsible Mutual Funds

"You can accomplish most of your financial and social goals working within the universe of mutual funds."

Socially Responsible Investment Options: Stocks and Bonds

"Although most investors find that mutual funds offer an appealing combination of diversification and ease, there are good reasons for you to become familiar with the full range of available investment options."

Socially Responsible Investment Options: Limited Partnerships, Annuities, Unit Investment Trusts, Closed-End Funds and Venture Capital

"There are partnerships with high social value that can provide very good returns."

Investing Our Time and Energy Consistently with Our Values

"As we invest our money in ways that are consistent with our values, we must also look for ways to invest our time and energy in these same directions."

Encouraging a Socially Responsible Economy

"We encourage you to consider taking an active role in the creation of a new Wall Street that promotes stronger communities and environmental responsibility."

The Emerging Worldview

"Moving toward a Natural Economy does not mean abandoning marketplace efficiencies or material progress. Rather we must focus on some deeper priorities and use the best available tools?including science and technology?to achieve our goals. "


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Hal Brill
Jack Brill
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(c) by Hal Brill, Jack A. Brill, and Cliff Feigenbaum.

Biography: Hal Brill and Jack Brill are financial consultants who have specialized exclusively in value-based investing for over ten years. They are members of the Social Investment Forum and cofounders of Natural Investment Services, serving investors and providing social research on mutual funds. Jack is coauthor of Investing from the Heart.

Cliff Feigenbaum is editor of Green Money Journal, a quarterly newsletter and Web site that has emerged as the leading source of in-depth information on socially responsible investing. He is a member of the Social Investment Forum and Business for Social Responsibility

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    • Effective Investor Relations Michael Malone, Shel Holtz, Price Waterhouse, Bruce Marcus, Sherwood Lee Wallace, Leif Edvinsson, Charles Mulford, Eugene Comiskey, Mohamed Zairi
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    • Value-Based Resource Allocation Kenichi Ohmae, James Antos, James McTaggart, Peter Kontes, Michael Mankins, James Brimson, Gary Hamel, Davis Fogg, John Tracy, Michel Robert, Gene Tyndall, Christopher Gopal, Wolfgang Partsch, John Kamauff, Prahalad
  • Growth & Profitability Strategies
    • Managing for Value Creation Price Waterhouse, James McTaggart, Peter Kontes, Michael Mankins, James Knight, Mark Feldman, Michael Spratt, Mark Scott
  • Tangible & Intangible Assets
    • Valuing Intangible Assets Michael Malone, Jane Fraser, Lowell Bryan, Jeremy Oppenheim, Wilhelm Rall, Thomas Stewart, Leif Edvinsson, Tom Duncan, Sandra Moriarty, Thomas Davenport, Laurence Prusak, Karl Erick Sveiby, Mark Clemente, David Greenspan, Lynn Upshaw, Alexandra Reed Lajoux
  • Financing the Enterprise
    • Costing Methodologies John Kay, Lianabel Oliver, Virginia O'Brien, Mark Graham Brown, Randall Woolridge, Alfred Rappaport, Patrick Cusatis, James Sagner, Gary Gray
  • Hedging & Risk Management
  • Changing Financial Institutions
    • New Markets, New Capital Merton Miller, Mary Cronin, Patrick Young, Martin Mand, William Whipple, Thomas Theys, Alexandra Reed Lajoux, Fred Weston
  • Finance & Today's Technology
    • Managing the Costs of Information Technology Peter Weill, Marianne Broadbent, Price Waterhouse, Christopher Gardner, Thomas Hargraves, Edward Wakin, Peter Boer, Brad Peterson, Diane Carco, Bill Bysinger, Kenneth Knight, James Cortada, Peter Keen, James Best
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