Limited-edition EuroCharity Yearbook 2010 to focus on future of responsible investing

Following three consecutive years of publishing success, EuroCharity, the reference point for Corporate Social Responsibility and the Green Economy (www.eurocharity.eu www.eurocharity.gr/en), is preparing to publish its fourth album entitled “EuroCharity Yearbook 2010 – The Future of Responsible Investing”.

With this unique publication, EuroCharity aims at:

  1. highlighting the growing importance of sustainable and responsible investing (SRI) world-wide;
  2. publishing corporate profiles, CEO messages, success stories, case studies and best practices of leading sustainability-driven companies active in Europe (including Greece) and world-wide;
  3. informing key stakeholders, decision-makers and sustainable/ethical/SRI fund managers in Europe and world-wide on the latest trends, research, indices and intelligence related to the future of responsible investing;
  4. publishing messages and viewpoints of top experts, decision-makers, policy formers, SRI investors, CEOs, analysts, Nobel Peace Prize Laureates and other invited guest writers regarding this highly-important and challenging subject.

The EuroCharity Yearbook 2010 is anticipated to be released in June 2011 and will be presented at three events — Nicosia (July 1, 2011), Athens (July 5, 2011) and London (precise date and venue to be advised in due course) — in the presence of the international media, financial and business world as well as special guests.

Special guest writers of previous EuroCharity Yearbook albums have included Greek Prime Minister George A. Papandreou, former European Environment Commissioner Stavros Dimas, President of the Republic of Cyprus Demetris Christofias, His All Holiness Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew, Ministers, Members of Parliament, University Professors, prefects, publishers, journalists, ambassadors, etc.

For further information on the previous EuroCharity Yearbook editions, please visit: www.eurocharity.gr/en/yearbook.

If your company or organisation is interested in being prominently featured in the EuroCharity Yearbook 2010, please contact Mr. George Tsiakalakis in Athens on +30 210 927 1118 (direct line) or +30 210 927 1110 (switchboard). E-mail: george.tsiakalakis@eurocharity.org.

To download the English-language PDF document with further information on this exciting new publication, please click below.




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