Video - Socially Responsible Investment
Justmeans.com: Part 7 of 7 - Corporate Governance, CSR and SRI: The Blurring of the Lines
Apr 26, 2010 6:59 AM EDT
At one time, the corporate CSR community was separate and distinct from the Socially Responsible Investment world, but that day is rapidly disappearing. The fortunes of one rest the other. Issues such as labor relations, global warming, supply chain, and diversity have become part and parcel of corporate governance, and governance and accountability are central issues to investors.
Shareholders want to ensure that the capital they provide to the corporate world is used effectively and efficiently; so what does that mean to the corporations themselves?
Hear from all sides of the equation about how things are changing and what can be done better.