This link is still under construction. For now we have some PDFs of great interest
As of the start of 2014, 202 institutional investors or money managers, representing $1.72 trillion in U.S.-domiciled assets, had filed shareholder resolutions on ESG issues from 2012 through 2014. So what has been the impact of these efforts? Read The Impact of Equity Engagement – IE2_Report
Notes on Palm Oil – palm oil problems
United Nations Principles for Responsible Investment report on how assets managers can integrate principles for responsible investment into their practice. – UNPRI – Guidance for Incorporating ESG Factors
US SIF Investing to Advance Women Investing to Advance Women is the fourth publication of the “How do I SRI” <http://www.ussif.org/howdoisri> series of practical guidebooks. Each guide focuses on a social or environmental challenge and the strategies through which investors can address it.
A nice description of top-down fossil-free investing approach. http://seekingalpha.com/article/2260463-an-innovative-approach-to-fossil-fuel-free-investing?page=2
A nice graphic from Green Alpha Advisors on The Next Economy http://greenalphaadvisors.com/investment-thesis/next-economy/
For skeptics that claim no one can serve two masters — financial success and social impact — these cases are a clear signal of the diversity of paths towards high performance in impact investing. Impact Investing 2.0.