SRI (socially responsible investment), is the process by which people invest their money only in businesses that practice socially responsible actions (what constitutes socially responsible is up to the person investing). There are banks / mutual funds you can invest in that will only reinvest your money into “socially responsible” businesses, such as ones who take an active stance against environmental degradation.
On a global scale, companies NOT pursuing solutions for climate change should reach a decline, and those that are contributing to the effects of climate change could potentially reach devastation. Investors of these companies would want to look at transferring investments into companies who support iniatives that counter climate change, as they should continue a growing trend.
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