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Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is an idea that corporations have to consider the interests of customers, employees, shareholders, communities, and ecological considerations in all
Socially responsible investing (SRI) describes an investment strategy which combines the intentions to maximize both financial return and social good.

green@work : Magazine : Back Issues : Summer 2005

Cover Story

Casting a Long Shadow
One of Manhattan's great family-owned commercial development firm is greening the city's skyline, making environmentally intelligent building strategies a competitive requirement.

By Phil Storey


Summer 2005

Special Section: Socially Responsible Investing

Courting Conscientious Investors
Five ways to make your corporate reporting more attractive to socially responsible investors.
By Michael J. Besly and Andrew W. Savitz

Investing in Communities
A growing number of investors are discovering that their money can work to build communities worldwide.
By Todd Larsen

Avoiding Survey Fatigue
Addressing the reporting challenges of socially responsible investing.
By Phil Storey

Inside Out
Sustainability communication begins in the workplace.
By Joseph Fiksel, Robert A. Axelrod and Susan Russell

Single Bottom Line Sustainability
Is the socially responsible investing sector being responsible?
By Paul Gilding

Commentary: Beyond New and Improved
New frontiers of design innovation.
By Jacquelyn A. Ottman

Commentary: Integrated Solutions to Sustainability Challenges
Beware of "silver-bullet" technologies that promise to provide the whole solution to sustainability challenges.
By Marty Watts

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