In the last ten years perhaps my favourite group is ShareAction. Why? Because we can make capital accountable; we can make it responsible, but as in politics, we need to give people and civil society a voice into the capital markets. And that’s exactly what ShareAction is doing.
ShareAction gets tangible results thanks to inspirational leadership and a talented, passionate team. They are making a real difference and there’s not many that can say that nowadays.
[The RE100 campaign] is a magnificent campaign. ShareAction has a track record of making big change happen by working with shareholders to persuade the world’s largest companies to behave differently.
ShareAction has become the premier organisation to give voice to those who wish to invest their values as well as their assets.
We’ve absolutely loved working with ShareAction this year, really, it’s been terrific for the campaigns.
You should follow ShareAction on Twitter if you don’t already, it’s highly amusing and spiritually uplifting.
This idea from ShareAction, in its simplicity, borders on genius as a method of initiating dialogues with decision makers.
Your work with Ethics for USS and ShareAction is more than a valuable source of information and ideas - it is a constant inspiration!
A HUGE thank you to you at ShareAction for your training, research and support.
I enjoyed the training very much: inclusive and rallying advice, with plenty of practical advice and further support. Very inspired.
What is responsible investment?
Responsible investment is an investment strategy which seeks to generate both financial and sustainable value. It consists of a strategy that takes environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues into account when undertaking analysis and making financial decisions. A responsible approach to investment recognises that long-term prosperity requires a move away from short-term profit as the only definition of value.
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