Disrupting Social Networks with a Social Network that Pays and Lets You Enjoy It

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For a novice investor, socially responsible investment (SRI) may not be an immediate factor to consider, but the more seasoned investors will be quick to recognize the value in such a proposition. However, the definition and more importantly the perception of what should be viewed as socially responsible investment has changed somewhat. In the early 1960s, investors increasingly sought to address equality for women, civil rights, and labor issues. While since late 1990s, SRI was seen as something that is related to promotion of environmentally sustainable development. More recently, this has morphed into investors addressing the rights of indigenous peoples around

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