Beyond greening our everyday habits, we can make a long-term commitment to sustainability with our monetary investments. Not only is green investing good for our environment, its also good for your economic bottom line.
Resources from the Union for Reform Judaism: CHIP: The Chai Investment Program A congregational guide to socially responsible investing compiled by the Reform Movements Commission on Social Action.
Socially Responsible Investment To learn about the broader movement for socially responsible investment, and the URJs support for this initiative, check out the Religious Action Center issue page.
Additional Resources: Ceres Ceres is a natioanl network of investors, environmental organizations and other public interest groups working with companies and investors to address sustainability challenges such as global climate change.
Environmental Support Center Includes information about Fundraising for Sustainable Organizations, which helps established organizations diversify and expand their funding base with technical assistance, grants, and loans.
Green Co-ops Green America (formerly Co-op America) is a not-for-profit membership organization founded in 1982. Its mission is to harness economic power - the strength of consumers, investors, business and the marketplace - to create a socially just and economically sustainable society.
Green Money Journal An online publication dedicated to socially responsible investing with links to socially responsible mutual funds, purchasing guides and community investing resources.