Putting India on the social investment map

Two unrelated events in Mumbai, in the recent past, highlighted the promise and challenge involved in India attracting capital from Socially Responsible Investing (SRI) funds.

Both events represent two entirely different levels at which India is beginning to engage with a major challenge of our time: How to reconfigure capital markets so that they address the accelerating environmental and climate crisis. Add to that, the question of how can societies across the world redefine wealth so that it is equated not just with money but actual well-being.

Read Rajni Bakshi’s article on the Gateway House website

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