GMJ

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AcronymDefinition
GMJGallup Management Journal (New York, NY)
GMJGeorgian Mathematical Journal (est. 1994; Georgian Academy of Sciences; Georgia)
GMJGlobal Media Journal (est. 2002; various locations)
GMJGreen Money Journal (Las Vegas, NV)
GMJGene Medicine Japan (biotechnology venture company)
GMJGelatin Manufacturers Association of Japan
GMJGood Morning Jacksonville (TV show; Florida)
GMJGlasgow Medical Journal
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"As society sees the full cost of traditional business behaviour, socially responsible investing will be embraced as the single most important lever towards building a better world than the planet has ever seen," she recently told Green Money Journal.
One good place to start is the Green Money Journal, which features a wide range of informative and free articles to help the individual investor make sense of the panoply of choices available when it comes to investing with the Earth in mind.
CONTACTS: Green Money Journal, www.greenmoneyjournal.com; Investopedia, www.investopedia.com/features/green-investing.aspx; Motley Fool, www.motleyfool.com; Progressive Investor, www.sustainablebusiness.com/index.cfm/go/progressiveinvestor.main; Green Investing Times, www.greeninvestingtimes.com; Treehugger, www.treehugger.com; Sustainablog, www.sustainablog.org; BusinessWeek's Business Exchange Green Investing, http://bx.businessweek.com/green-investing/blogs .
(naturalhomemagazine.com) And, of course, we still love the 15-year-old Green Money Journal (greenmoncy.com), which takes you from the supermaket to the stock room.
Those predictions were published in the 10th-anniversary issue of the Green Money Journal, the oldest magazine in the socially and environmentally responsible business world.
According to the Green Money Journal, approximately half of the 1,000 largest publicly traded American companies meet most socially responsible screens, including some successful high-tech companies.
According to Green Money Journal founder Cliff Feigenbaum, "There may even be a local community bank where you can open checking, savings, money-market accounts and IRAs that use your savings to revitalize poor neighborhoods or invest in local environment-friendly businesses."
Business Ethics, Coop America and The Green Money Journal have run numerous articles reiterating that avoiding unethical companies won't affect returns.