Table of contents for Investing in a sustainable world : why GREEN is the new color of money on Wall Street / Matthew J. Kiernan.

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Table of Contents 
Introduction: Changing Finance ¿ and Financing Change: The Genesis of This Book
Chapter 1: Welcome to the Sustainable Investment Revolution!
Chapter 2: What Took Us So Long? The Power of Intellectual Inertia.
Chapter 3: Perverse Outcomes and Lost Opportunities
Chapter 4: But What Does the Evidence Really Say?
Chapter 5: Sustainable Investing: Towards a New Post-Modern Portfolio Theory 
Chapter 6: Why Does it All Matter, Anyway? 
Chapter 7: Sustainability and Competitive Advantage: the Corporate Imperative ¿ and Some Success Stories
Chapter 8: The Game-Changers, Part I: Collective Initiatives
Chapter 9: The Game-Changers, Part II: The Individual Owners of Capital
Chapter 10: The Game-Changers, Part III: The Service Providers
Chapter 11: How It¿s Actually Done: The Way Forward for 21st Century Investors
Chapter 12: Some Concluding Thoughts 
Appendix 1: A typical company sustainability profile
Appendix 2: A typical company carbon risk assessment

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Investments -- Environmental aspects.
Investments -- Social aspects.
Green movement.
Social responsibility of business.
Investment analysis.