Environmental indexes


The choices open to investors when they look to the environment range from a dip into a commodity index that has little or no correlation to the broader equity markets, and indexes built either on companies dedicated to sustaining the environment or those that qualify as environmental by dint of the ethical style in which they conduct business.

The limitation comes in the form of the restricted stock universe, the consequent illiquidity and volatility of their stocks, and the actual appetite of

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