Analysis of Green Market Investing Term Paper by Jay Writtings LLC

Analysis of Green Market Investing
This paper provides an in-depth analysis of green market investing.
# 117179 | 1,518 words | 4 sources | APA | 2009 | US

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This paper describes how companies' efforts to "go green" are not only beneficial to the environment, but also provide lucrative opportunities for fiscal growth as well. The paper discusses the different options for investors to consider and apply such as alternative energy sources, xeroscaped lawns, and green consumer products. The paper also discusses how the female communities are specifically leading the way in the development of the green market.

From the Paper:

"For distinct presentation of portfolios within the green marketplace, numerous criteria can be analyzed and researched. For example, the latest refining and recycling companies are a good place to start. Winslow Management Company reports that "...the wide variety of exciting and lucrative recycling-related products and services" (Winslow Environmental News), is an option for trading. Additionally companies are described as making materials from recycled products to inform potential investors. Succinctly, '...there is big money in recycling. Recycling has grown overtime to a whopping $236 billion industry, with key raw material such as steel, paper, and aluminum enjoying record-high recycling rates' (Winslow Environmental News)."

Sample of Sources Used:

  • CanREN. (2007). Technologies and Applications: Supplying Electricity for a Nation. Natural Resources Canada.
  • Crane, Andrew. (2000). Marketing, Morality, and the Natural Environment. Routledge Publishing.
  • Popgadget. (2007). Eco-Green. Personal Tech and Innovative Lifestyle for Women.
  • Winslow Management Company. (2007). Winslow Environmental News. Volume 17, Number 2.

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