Socially responsible investing, or SRI, balances social good and financial return. The following resources can help you determine the investment strategy that is right for you, while supporting a sustainable world.


Investment Labels

If you don’t see a label here, they have not been deemed as highly reliable (note: no state or regional labels have been evaluated).


Investment Websites

 

B Corporation
Individually, B Corps meet the highest standards of verified social and environmental performance, public transparency, and legal accountability, and aspire to use the power of markets to solve social and environmental problems.
http://www.bcorporation.net

 

Forum Ethibel
Their vision is to actively promote socially responsible investing (SRI) and corporate social responsibility (CSR) to accelerate the transition to a sustainable society.
http://forumethibel.org

 

Global Reporting Initiative
An ever-greater number of companies and other organizations are recognizing the need to make their operations more sustainable. At the same time, governments, stock exchanges, markets, investors, and society at large are calling on companies to be transparent about their sustainability goals, performance and impacts. The GRI Sustainability Reporting Guidelines – the most widely used comprehensive sustainability reporting standard in the world – provide organizations with the tools to meet these challenges.
https://www.globalreporting.org

 

The Good Shopping Guide
From shampoos to travel, from fashion to investments, this app helps you find products and services that are kind to people, animals, and the environment.
http://www.thegoodshoppingguide.com/

 

LUXFLAG
The primary objective of the LuxFLAG Environment Label is to reassure investors that the Investment Fund actually primarily invest their assets in environment-related sectors in a responsible manner. The eligibility criteria for the Environment Label require eligible funds to have a portfolio of investments in environment-related sectors corresponding to at least 75% of the fund’s total assets.
http://www.luxflag.org

 

Novethic
Novethic.fr addresses economic influencers. By disseminating value-added information, Novethic provides them with the keys to understanding today’s environmental and social transformations and the main players involved.
http://www.novethic.com

 

Principles for Responsible Investing
The United Nations-supported Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI) Initiative is an international network of investors working together to put the six Principles for Responsible Investment into practice. Its goal is to understand the implications of sustainability for investors and support signatories to incorporate these issues into their investment decision making and ownership practices.
https://www.unpri.org

 

Your SRI
yourSRI is the leading database and research engine for responsible investment products and services and as a “one stop-solution” provides a wide range of search, comparison, assessment and screening functions. The database offers global coverage for several thousand companies, investment products and research documents as well as a broad variety of reports and surveys.
https://yoursri.com

 

Sustainable Investments Institute
The Sustainable Investment Institute (Si2), a non-profit organization based in Washington, D.C., conducts impartial research and publishes reports on organized efforts to influence corporate behavior on social and environmental issues.
http://www.siinstitute.org

 

USSIF
People. Research. Policy. Media. Training. National Conferences. Local Events.
US SIF brings all of this to you as the non-profit hub for the sustainable, responsible and impact investment (SRI) sector in the United States.Our members, representing more than $2 trillion in assets under management or advisement include investment management and advisory firms, mutual fund companies, research firms, financial planners and advisors, broker-dealers, banks, credit unions, community development organizations, non-profit associations, and asset owners.
http://www.ussif.org/