I was surprised that some green oriented mutual funds have been doing so well over the years.
In the U.S., "The WilderHill Clean Energy Portfolio" has had a gain of 65.7% since inception in Aug/2004.
Not only are these funds socially and environmentally responsible, but they're highly profitable as well. This reminds me of how Microsoft developed in the late 1970s.
If you're interested in the next big thing, check out "Green Investing: A Guide To Making Money Through Environmentally-Friendly Stocks" by Jack Ulrich.
Good news can be found in the U.S./Canadian stock markets, but sometimes you have to search deep to find it.