Slow Money" is the name for a movement started by socially conscious investing
pioneer and author, Woody Tasch, who essentially borrowed the conceptual framework of "Slow Food"--whereby participants eschew convenience-oriented "fast" foods, instead filling up their plates with traditional, unprocessed and, ideally, locally produced foods--and applied it to personal finance and investing.
An outgrowth of the Slow Food concept and the brainchild of socially conscious investing
pioneer Woody Tasch, the Slow Money movement is dedicated to connecting investors to their local economies by marshaling financial resources to invest in small food enterprises and local food systems.
Green and socially conscious investing
has demonstrated that it can earn a profit in today's world.
In its broadest sense, socially conscious investing
means choosing companies on a basis other than financial returns alone, particularly social and ethical considerations.
But by no means is socially conscious investing
incompatible with profitability.
As a public institution, we have to protect our clients' money, but we also want to be involved in socially conscious investing
For environmentalists interested in socially conscious investing
, Internet weblogs ("blogs" for short) are becoming a can t-miss source of opinion, commentary and information.
In 1984, when socially conscious investing
was taking shape as an industry, Social Investment Forum (SIF) in Washington, D.
Just as they have led the way with socially conscious investing
, we are leading the way with TA innovations.
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