Investing in a Sustainable World: Why Green Is the New Color of Money on Wall Street

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Kiernan, Matthew J.
Investing in a sustainable world: why GREEN is the new color of money on Wall Street /
Matthew J. Kiernan.
p. cm.
Includes index.
ISBN 978-0-8144-1092-9
1. Investments—Envioronmental aspects. 2. Investments—Social aspects. 3. Green
movement. 4. Social responsibility of business. 5. Investment analysis. I. Title. II. Title:
GREEN is the new color of money on Wall Street.

HF451.K54 2009

332.6—dc22

2008030023

© 2009 Matthew J. Kiernan
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