September 24, 2020

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Saints Beat Sinners For Sustainable Investing

The bottom line: Firms that adopted environmentally and socially responsible policies significantly outperformed their peers.

Impact Investing: New Kid on the Block?

Is impact investing really the new kid on the block or just the same old kid in new clothes with a new name?...

A Manifesto for Sustainable Capitalism

Over 60 years ago, General Omar Bradley said: "It is time to steer by the stars, and not by the lights of each...

Using climate change data to create resilient stock exchanges

The risks of climate change will be increasingly factored into company strategies and valuations, Nigel Topping reports on the Guardian.

Can Venture Capital Save The World?

Jacqueline Novogratz, Acumen Fund, "I'm feeling optimistic about rural Pakistan..." she says. "Farmers are making good money." Read more on Forbes.

New report claims we can save $2.9 trillion by using world's resources more productively

McKinsey says though world population quadrupled and GDP increased by roughly 20x, larger resource needs were satisfied by new discoveries | Economist.

Mark Suster: The End is Near for Angel Investors

Mark Suster blogs about a coming crash for angel investors: The end will come next year. "And if not 2012," he said. "Then...

Sustainable Investing: Putting the Economy Back Together

When filmmaker Holly Mosher read about Nobel Peace Prize winner Muhammad Yunus and Grameen Bank's microcredit, she was fascinated... On GreenMoney Journal.

RI blog: Why we need to engage with the 147 most important companies right NOW!

The current sub-optimal engagement process needs to change, by Raj Thamotheram.

Al Gore suggests 'loyalty shares' for long-term investors

"Long-term investors need to be financially incentivized to consider long-term investment approaches," said Gore on Responsible Investor.




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