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SOCIAL CAPITAL

The collective value of all social networks; the links and shared values in society that enable individuals and groups to work together.

Source:
Harvard University
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SOCIAL ENTERPRISE

Are businesses that tackle social and environmental issues. They create jobs and generate income like any other business but, instead of channelling their profits to owners or shareholders, they reinvest these to support their social mission.

Source:
British Council
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SOCIALLY RESPONSIBLE INVESTING (SRI)

attempts to screen out investments in companies that don’t align with a client’s values. This process is, by definition, a negative screening process. A common criterion for screening is whether a company generates 5% or more of revenue from the controversial activity at any point on the supply chain.

Source:
Earthly
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SUSTAINABILITY

Development which meets the needs of current generations without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.

Source:
Brundtland Report, United Nations 1987
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SUSTAINABLE DESIGN

Designing products, services or the built environment in keeping with principles of sustainability. 

Source:
Sustainable Business Network
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SUSTAINABLE INVESTING

Is a newer, but less established concept in the investing world. Often defined as the umbrella principle the unifies the four investing concepts (ESG, SRI, impact and mission-related investing).

Source:
Earthly
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