The Importance of Private Directed Impact Investing
Applying ESG criteria to public portfolios in index funds isn’t going to change the world fast enough. What ultimately has an impact are specific investments.
The way the world is going to be made better is by private directed impact investing.
Paula Golka2020-09-22T10:22:02-07:00Environmental pollution is one of the greatest societal challenges we are facing today. Learn why corporate sustainability is important and four examples to put into practice.
The Potential of Ultraviolet (UV) Light in the Fight Against the Novel Coronavirus
The novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV2) has generated an unprecedented impact in most countries of the world. As of July 7th 2020 the virus has affected almost every country on the planet (213 in total), spread to almost 12 million people, and caused around 544,000 deaths according to the WHO, 2020. https://www.who.int/emergencies/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019/events-as-they-happen
How sustainable technology starts with impact investing
Paula Golka2020-06-16T23:36:21-07:00The United Nations state that “in order to prevent warming past 1.5 degrees Celsius and extreme climate change, we will need to reach net-zero emissions by 2050”. This goal paves the way for technological developments that help protect the environment and has raised the interest of many investors.
The Difference Between Sustainable Investing and Impact Investing
Paula Golka2020-06-09T20:27:13-07:00This article seeks to provide some clarity between the differences in sustainable investing and impact investing, two similar, yet very different, ecologically-friendly investing paths.
How to make a difference in farming without owning a farm
Paula Golka2020-06-02T23:25:24-07:00In the last century traditional farming has changed in very significant ways. Over a short period of time, innovations in farms’ production practices, risk management and business arrangements have allowed farmers to greatly increase their output without raising total input use.
How to Turn Sovereign Funds into Profitable, Sustainable Investment
Paula Golka2020-05-19T21:36:41-07:00Sovereign Wealth Funds (SWFS) are public investment vehicles, owned and managed directly or indirectly by governments. They're set up to achieve a variety of macroeconomics purposes.