Giustizia, Pace, Integrità del Creato
Giustizia, Pace, Integrità del Creato
Giustizia, Pace, Integrità<br /> del Creato
Giustizia, Pace, Integrità del Creato
Giustizia, Pace, Integrità del Creato
PAGINE WEB RELAZIONATE
1-. Grain3-. La Via Campesina – International Peasants’ Mouvement2-. Farmlandgrab - The global rush for farmland & the people’s struggle against it4-. Oakland Institute5-. A Global call to Action on Community & Land resource rights6-. All Africa7-. EBG Capital, Environmental Investment8-. Fahamu – Network for Social Justice9-. Food crisis & the global land-grabbing, or farmlandgrab10-. Down to Earth (DTE)11-. Green Prophet12-. Institute for Development Studies (IDS)13-. The International Food & Agricultural Trade Policy Council (IFAT)14-. Mostly_Water: A selection of 'Canadian' and International News.15-. Pambazuka News – Pan-African voices for Freedom and Justice16-. Forest Peoples Programme (FPP)17-. Friends of the Earth International18-. PAN AP. Advancing food sovereignty, genre justice and environmental sustainability. 19-. Re:Common. 20-. SlowFood21-. SociolingoAfrica. An eclectic mix of items about social issues in Africa.22-. UN Principle Responsible Investment (UNPRI)23-. The Transnational Institute (TNI) A worldwide fellowship of scholar activists24-. TradeMark Southern Africa25-. World Future Society26-. EuropAfrica – Terre contadine27-. Africa Land Grab Conference 28-. ReAct29-. Stand for Land30-. Land Rights Now 31-. London Mining Network32-. Future Agricultures Consortium (FAC)33-. Agrarian Trust34-. Land and Poverty Conference 35-. European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) 36-. The World Bank37-. International Institute of Social Studies (ISS)38-. Transnationinstitute (TNI)39-. Land Portal40-. Foundation Gabriel Péri41-. Global Witness

22-. UN Principle Responsible Investment (UNPRI)

Pagine web relazionate

22-. UN Principle Responsible Investment (UNPRI)

Link http://www.unpri.org/

This Web Site is committed exclusively to the analysis and discussion on PRI; nevertheless, investment in agriculture is also an issue of its concern as the publication “Responsible investment in farmland: a compendium of case studies” shows. Even though the perspective is not always the one of social justice according to the Social Doctrine of the Catholic Church is basically a Web Side worthy of trust.  (Jpic-jp.org)

Self Presentation

The world is changing rapidly. While our market-based economy has emerged as the most efficient system for allocating scarce economic resources, it is giving rise to growing array of social inequalities, environmental impacts and negative externalities which are affecting companies. Unprecedented environmental and social pressures driven by food, water and energy security, access to natural resources, climate change, human rights, supply chain labour standards and ageing populations have become material issues for business and the corporate world. The impact of poor corporate governance practices on shareholder value, accentuated by the global financial crisis, has also lifted issues such as transparency, corruption, board structure, shareholder rights, business ethics, risk management and executive compensation to the top of the investor agenda.

Responsible investment is an approach to investment that explicitly acknowledges the relevance to the investor of environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors, and the long-term health and stability of the market as a whole. It recognises that the generation of long-term sustainable returns is dependent on stable, well-functioning and well governed social, environmental and economic systems. It is driven by a growing recognition in the financial community that effective research, analysis and evaluation of ESG issues is a fundamental part of assessing the value and performance of an investment over the medium and longer term, and that this analysis should inform asset allocation, stock selection, portfolio construction, shareholder engagement and voting. Responsible investment requires investors and companies to take a wider view, acknowledging the full spectrum of risks and opportunities facing them, in order to allocate capital in a manner that is aligned with the short and long-term interests of their clients and beneficiaries.

An evolving industry

Mounting evidence of the financial materiality of ESG issues, alongside growing demands from regulators, clients and beneficiaries for more sustainable approaches to investment, are among the key drivers behind the adoption of responsible investment practices worldwide. Increasingly, investors concerned about the impact of short-termism within investment research, asset allocation, and performance monitoring recognise that integrating ESG issues into both investment analysis and stewardship practices forms part of their fiduciary duty to clients and beneficiaries and want to see their portfolios managed in a way that systematically assesses drivers of risk and return over longer timeframes.

The Briefing Notes, co-funded by the European Commission

Responsible investment is a rapidly evolving area, where core terms and concepts are changing and developing. The aims of the PRI Briefing Notes are to provide you with an introduction to some of the key terms and debates in this area, and to point you to some central references if you are interested in learning more about responsible investment. We trust that you will find them useful starting points for your research into responsible investment.

1-. What is responsible investment?

2-. Responsible investment and public policy

3-. Responsible investment and fiduciary duty

4-. Why be an active owner

5-. Responsible investment and investment performance