You don’t have to be rich to be a social investor. All you need is the will to use your money to support your values—and the kind of world you want to see for the future. People who bank and invest in a socially responsible manner arguably have never been more important to the health of humanity and the Earth.
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For better or worse, a vast array of new technology is becoming smarter, more interconnected, and able to churn out mind-boggling sets of data. While some of that tech is merely interesting or adds convenience (and waste!), some might help make our lives greener in the years to come.