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Socially responsible investing is no “sell out”
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    Beyond tobacco to divesting from eco-destructive resource and industrial sectors

    NOT PEER REVIEWED To the Editor:

    Beyond the plea to divest from funding tobacco companies, shareholders need to consider the adverse impact of investing in industries and resource extraction that worsen eco-degradation.

    At a group level, the impetus for environmentally accountable investing by colleges and universities can be better maintained by teaching every student the practical ways to minimize th...

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