Ethical Investing Blog Carnival, March Edition

Welcome to the March 3, 2008 edition of the Ethical Investing Blog Carnival.

Bloggers were invited to submit articles on ethical investing, which includes such topics as environmentally friendly, people friendly, animal friendly investments; what makes an investment "ethical," can it be profitable?, what commonly called "ethical" investments are anything but that?, is investing in the so called "vice" industry necessary unethical?, and the like.

There were 24 submissions for this edition. Here are the best four:

Hung Nguyen presents Adding Values to Your Investment: FTSE 4Good Index posted at Meaningful Issues in Today's World, saying, "Would you like to add not only value, but values to your investment? This blog looks at Vanguard's socially responsible investing option. The Vanguard FTSE Social Index is based on the FTSE 4Good Index which has a rigorous screening of funds. I analyze the fund's performance, fees, and its holdings to see if it is worth investing in."

(Fit) Cat presents Sustainable Responsible Investment and my super posted at Fit Cat, saying, "Investing responsibly for retirement through a Sustainable Responsible Investing superannuation Australian fund option."

Alexander Kohl presents Who Furthers Sustainability? | Green to Profit - Becoming a Sustainable Entrepreneur posted at Green to Profit - Becoming a Sustainable Entrepreneur. He examines how non profit organizations, government, businesses and individuals each promote sustainability.

Leon Gettler presents 100 most influential people in business ethics posted at Sox First. He writes about Ethisphere magazine's list of ethical companies and business leaders.

That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of Slackerwealth's Ethical Investing Carnival using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.
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