Green Money Man Eric Smith, a certified financial planner specializing in "green" money management, began dabbling in socially responsible investing (SRI) with his own Bar Mitzvah money more than two decades ago--and never looked back.
What does SRI stand for?
SRI stands for Socially Responsible Investing
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We have 326 other meanings of SRI in our Acronym Attic
- Signal Related Information (Signals Intelligence)
- Silk Road Initiative (various organizations)
- Silk Road Intelligencer (web publication; Kazakhstan)
- Silk Road International (China)
- Silsoe Research Institute (UK)
- SIP Relay Interface
- Smarter Retailing Initiative (Microsoft Corp.)
- Snowy River Institute (Australia)
- Soc.Religion.Islam (newsgroup)
- Social Responsibility Initiative (various locations)
- Socorro Rojo Internacional
- Software Release Information
- Software Reuse Initiative
- Software Risk Item (software quality assurance)
- Soils Research Institute (Ghana)
- Solar Reflectance Index
- Sophia Research Institute, Ltd. (Japan)
- Source Route Indicator
- Southern Research Institute (University of Alabama at Birmingham)
- Southern Rhode Island
Samples in periodicals archive:
CBIS), the leader in Catholic socially responsible investing, during the League's tenth annual spring gathering recently.
We think Joe is the right person to lead Pax World on a day-to-day basis during this important period in our own growth, and in the growth of socially responsible investing in general.
Socially responsible investing is now a full-fledged movement with hundreds of funds for investors who don't want their money going to support companies involved in tobacco, military weapons production, firearms or nuclear power.
In the United States, socially responsible investing is a growth industry.
There are some downsides to socially responsible investing.
START WITH THE FACTS Socially responsible investing can be good for your conscience and your wallet.
The firm's latest position paper cites three reasons why socially responsible investing has merit BERWYN, Pa.