November 12, 2019

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6 Incubators Breeding Better Businesses to Rebuild Detroit

A number of business incubators are stepping up in Detroit, offering training, shared office space and resources for entrepreneurs.

Conservation Organizations: Time to Align Financial Portfolio Goals with Their Conservation Mission?

As shareholder resolutions to divest from fossil fuel companies continue to grow, Onnie Byers recommends specialist groups explore.

Trusting the 'Sharing Economy' to Regulate Itself

A variety of Internet-enabled platforms for peer-to-peer commerce seem to be under regulatory siege. NYTimes.

Traders Turn to Twitter for Market News

Bloomberg now has sentiment analysis tools to tell traders about spikes in positive or negative chatter on Twitter. Gigaom.

Prospering in Common

Ben Bingham discusses the leaders in the SRI space and the Beyond Sustainability conference on Kiawah Island.

Women Play a Key Role in Making the Investment World Sustainable

Women are leading the way in sustainable investment - it's why they are crucial to the transition. Blue&GreenTomorrow.

Impact Investing Defined

Impact investments are made with the intention to generate ESG impact alongside financial return -- broken into 4 parts. FA-Mag.

Trusting Harvard: The University as Fiduciary

Universities have a fiduciary duty to advance the public interest. Marcy Murninghan applies that principle to Harvard on Talkback.

Impact Investors, Start Your Engines: Connecting Capital and Ideas in Ontario's Market for Good

The motivation to invest locally is remarkably strong. Adam Spence, MaRS Centre for Impact Investing, leads the way. On Talkback.

The Next Frontier of Sustainable Investing: Evolution in This Anthropocene Age

Investors in sustainability need to take inspiration from Darwin. Jamie Brown explains on Talkback.




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