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Yes, money is no longer the root of all evil: Socially responsible investing can be extremely profitable.

Got a question on how to enrich your bank account with a clear conscience? Or are you wondering whether it really is worth the trouble? Perhaps you simply want to know more about how ethical investing works before making up your mind on whether it's for you.

Eugene Ellmen, executive director of the Social Investment Organization, took our readers questions on Thursday, May 13 at noon (ET). You can replay the discussion by clicking on the live blog box below.

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Since 1999, Mr. Ellmen has served as executive director of the Social Investment Organization, Canada's national association for socially responsible investment and is considered one of Canada's leading experts on the subject. Author of the critically acclaimed Canadian Ethical Money Guide, he has an extensive background in journalism, and in communications and public affairs with the financial industry, government and in private consulting.



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