Ethical Investing Carnival - April 7, 2008

Welcome to the April 7, 2008 edition of the Ethical Investing Carnival. As last time, there were some great submissions.

Glen presents Some Ethical Ramblings, which relates his "personal reflections of recent trades and investments, and a structure for analysing future trades and investments within an ethical framework"; Sustainability Reporting, about "The benefits of adopting sustainability reporting in today's climate"; and Tobacco, Super Funds and Ethical Investing examining "Australian's reactions to, and Australian super fund's dealing with, the tobacco industry in investing," posted at Measuring the Incalculable; Valuing the Intangible!

David Gross presents Taxpaying as Complicity posted at The Picket Line, saying, "If the government is causing problems, and you're investing in the government by paying taxes, are you contributing to the problems? Or is it that once you've "rendered unto Caesar" then Caesar takes the blame for what happens next? This has been debated for hundreds of years, in arguments that remain interesting and relevant today."

Slacker's note on David Gross' article: Is paying taxes really investing? It's not like you have a choice. That said, I think it's a pretty interesting article

That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of 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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