EIAG

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AcronymDefinition
EIAGEthical Investment Advisory Group (UK)
EIAGEnvironmental Innovation Advisory Group (UK)
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In an investment policy released on April 30, the church's Ethical Investment Advisory Group and three national investing bodies outlined a strategy focused on "assisting the transition to a low carbon economy.
The Rev Canon Professor Richard Burridge, deputy chairman of the Ethical Investment Advisory Group, said the church has a moral responsibility to take action on environmental issues and work for justice for the poor "who are most vulnerable to climate change".
9m, all of which was disinvested under the advice of the Church's Ethical Investment Advisory Group.
The Church's ethical investment advisory group (EIAG) has written to News Corp saying the activity of the News of the World has been "utterly reprehensible and unethical".
The Church's ethical investment advisory group (EIAG) said it had written to the company describing the behaviour of the News of the World as "utterly reprehensible and unethical".
After six months of engagement, we are not satisfied that Vedanta has shown, or is likely in future to show, the level of respect for human rights and local communities that we expect of companies in whom the church investing bodies hold shares," said John Reynolds, the church's Ethical Investment Advisory Group Chairman.
The Church Commissioners and the Church of England Pensions Board told the Associated Press that their decision was prompted by the church's Ethical Investment Advisory Group which voiced worries over Vedanta's alumina refinery in Lanjigarh, Orissa, and a planned bauxite mine in the Niyamgiri hills.
Chairman of the Church's ethical investment advisory group, John Reynolds, replied saying they had written to Burberry's bosses over their proposals.
But the church's powerful Ethical Investment Advisory Group recommended March 7 that the church hold onto its stake, since "there are no current or projected sales by Caterpillar equipment for use by the Israeli government.