Speaker says socially responsible investments are possible
From The Fairfield Mirror:
By advocating access to health care, environmental justice, climate change issues and natural resource sustainability, ICCR is able to address the many different types of social injustice corporations are normally guilty of, according to Daly.
ICCR was founded in 1971 when the Episcopal Church filed a shareholder resolution asking General Motors to leave South Africa in protest of the Apartheid. Today, the ICCR manages nearly 300 faith-based institutional investors that combine for an estimated $100 billion in investment portfolios.