In this Issue

Charles Hamowy, CFP®, CPA/PFS – Editor In Chief

You may not control

all the events that

happen to you

but you can decide

not to be reduced

by them

– Maya Angelou

Essentially the debate over how far and how fast we should move toward achieving global sustainability – taking the steps needed to slow down and perhaps even reverse climate change – hinges for many and most passionately on the perception of the impact on JOBS, both current and future.

Although the discussion has been framed as a zero sum or win/lose proposition – expedient to politicians – most experts agree that this is simply a false choice. Progress on green initiatives does not necessarily need to mean a mass loss of current JOBS. We thought it would be important to explore this topic with those closer to the work in this our 7th edition of the Socially Inspired Investor. We will continue the focus on JOBS as well in the upcoming 8th edition since the topic is rich with content and purpose.

As ESG considerations become more widely adopted, what is the realistic impact on current JOBS and future JOB opportunities? Responses from our contributing experts found in the SPOTLIGHT ON section to this question seem to agree that technology and artificial intelligence as well as post-pandemic realities have already begun the transition. …

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The Socially Inspired
Investor Podcast

Discussing the impact on JOBS

Hosted by Pat O'Neill
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Guest Article

The Job That Needs to Be Done: A Young Professional’s Perspective

Xue Bai - Strategist, Communicator, Collaborator
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Latest Articles

Basic Investing

Sustainable investing is surging. How to decide if it’s right for you

Deborah Nason
CBNC
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Basic Investing

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)

Jason Fernando
Investopedia
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Basic Investing

Four reasons why investing in clean energy is essential for rebuilding the economy

Steve Capanna
Environmental Defense Fund
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Spotlight On...

As ESG considerations become more widely adopted what’s the realistic impact on current jobs and future job opportunities?

The Socially Inspired Investor Digest
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Spotlight On...

“What is the most practical business solution with the largest potential impact in the race to net zero carbon?”

The Socially Inspired Investor Digest
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Spotlight On...

“What progress in ESG investing inspires you today?

The Socially Inspired Investor Digest
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ESG in Focus

6 Futuristic Jobs That Will Soon Exist in the Financial Industry

Andrea Hak
TNW
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ESG in Focus

The False Choice Between Automation and Jobs

James Manyika and Michael Spence
Harvard Business Review
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ESG in Focus

Green Economy Could Create 24 Million New Jobs

UN Sustainable Development Goals
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Spotlight On...

As ESG considerations become more widely adopted what’s the realistic impact on current jobs and future job opportunities?

The Socially Inspired Investor Digest
Read
ESG in Focus

6 Futuristic Jobs That Will Soon Exist in the Financial Industry

Andrea Hak
TNW
Read
ESG in Focus

The False Choice Between Automation and Jobs

James Manyika and Michael Spence
Harvard Business Review
Read