You can now read through our latest Impact Report. We underscore how our impact investment standards, in-house research, and investor community helped to address some of 2022’s most pressing issues.
Press Release: 2022 Impact Report Highlights Action on Climate Transition, Forest Protection, and Workers’ Rights
“Encouraging companies to deepen their sustainability efforts was a focus of our work in 2022,” said Domini CEO Carole Laible. “We understand finance’s role in helping drive progress. We leveraged it to support the climate transition, safeguard nature, and promote equity.”
You can now read our Impact Update for Second Quarter 2022. In this update, we spotlight equality and offer insight into how our investments and engagements can help promote inclusivity. When historically marginalized groups face unfair treatment or effects, investors and companies can use their leverage points for those people that may lack basic needs, … Continued
The U.S. has once more found itself asking the question: What can be done to assure that “never again,” means never again? As the country repeatedly and collectively mourns the loss of lives due to gun violence, responsible investing reminds us that even in the wake of this devastation, our investments can have a role in the solution.
Regenerative agriculture involves practices that equitably use land to address climate change, biodiversity, soil health, and the well-being of workers and local economies.
Impact Report Highlights a Just Climate Transition, Corporate Emissions, and Access to Affordable Housing
Progress stems from the connections we make—between our money, our values, and an array of social and environmental issues. In 2021, assets in the five Domini Funds reached over $3 billion. For Domini, this growth has gone hand-in-hand with new efforts to understand critical global challenges and look closely at how companies are responding. The … Continued
This year, Russian government’s invasion of Ukraine has brought conflict to the fore of the ethical investing conversation. Shareholders need to know whether the companies they invest in are prepared to respond to conflict and respect the human rights of all those affected.
We are deeply concerned about the Russian government’s invasion of Ukraine. It is troubling to witness senseless aggression and its devastating human cost. As these events reveal, however, we can also find hope in acts of goodwill. Communities—within Ukraine and around the world—are giving aid and refuge. People everywhere are finding ways to make a positive impact. Solidarity goes a very long way in moments like these.
Japan is at an economic and social crossroads. Following decades as one of the world’s largest economies, the country now faces a deepening challenge: an aging population and shrinking workforce.
Bank customers and broader communities often face serious hurdles, such as discriminatory lending practices and inadequate financial education.i, ii East West Bank has made strides to enact more equitable banking practices.