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  • 1. Socially Responsible Investing Tomas Pranckevičius IBDEM / ERASMUS
  • 2. We know reality..  Catastrophic climate change and global warming!  We live in energy hungry world.  There will be an estimated 2 billion cars globally in 2020.  Humans Need to Dramatically Reduce CO2 Emissions to Stabilize the Climate.  People are looking for new sources of energy. Socially Responsible Investing 2
  • 3. What is Social Responsible Investing? Socially Responsible Investing (SRI) is an investment process that considers social and environmental consequences of investments. Social responsible Business ethical Accountable Sustainable Socially Responsible Investing 3
  • 4. The Dream of a Green Future Policy / Technology / Innovation Green technologies / Green Future Socially Responsible Investing 4
  • 5. The Dream of a Green Future  The goal is to reach a green future.  To implement renewable energies that mean less gas and oil needed.  The global market for CO2 emission permits has become a reality and all the major companies in the world have to take part in it.  Levels of energy efficiency, concentrated solar power could meet up to 7% of the world’s power needs by 2030 and fully 25 % by 2050.  Efficiency means more right turns. Socially Responsible Investing 5
  • 6. Socially Responsible Investing 6
  • 7. Product Product Supply reuse Product chain and lifecycle responsi recycling bility Energy efficiency Socially Responsible Investing 7
  • 8. Priorities to make greatest impact Socially Responsible Investing 8
  • 9. Economic consciousness makes people using alternative transport facilities. Professur für ABWL insb. Informationswirtschaft/Wirtschaftsinformatik 9
  • 10. Portfolio construction Socially Responsible Investing 10
  • 11. Examples  Developed or emerging markets should have the key strategies or industries where to invest money. For example..  South Korean government will commit to spending US$10 billion to develop environmental technology in the next five years: Research and development of 27 green technologies  Homes in the UK could cut their carbon emissions by 80 per cent by 2050, according to work by the Lower Carbon Futures group at the Environmental Change Institute. Socially Responsible Investing 11
  • 12. What is expected return on this investment?  South Korea government predicts export and local sales of green products and services to go up from US $34 million in 2007 to US $119 million by 2012 and create 481,000 jobs. 150 100 2007 50 2012 0 Export & local sales Socially Responsible Investing 12
  • 13. Questions Socially Responsible Investing 13