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Should older workers make an impact by “impact investing”

Doing a package of stories on people looking to work well into so-called “retirement” but still investing and if their investments can be different than others in their 50s and 60s looking to retire. So-called “impact investing” has increased in popularity over the last decade – environmentally and socially responsible investing. For those not retiring and deciding to work well into their golden years, has this become more attractive and should it? Requirements: Looking for financial experts/academics to comment on whether “impact investing” – environmentally and socially responsible investing — has become more attractive — or should it — for these new workers in their 50s and 60s not looking to retiring and deciding to work well into their golden years.