Education As A Strong Platform For Impact Investing
Dr. Walter Schindler2020-07-07T09:29:43-07:00Why do so many otherwise well-educated people still fail to understand the long-term causes and effects of pollution and climate change, and of pandemics and racism? No wonder we fail to have long-term solutions.
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How The Global Crisis Could Affect Sustainable Investing
Dr. Walter Schindler2020-06-09T06:56:40-07:00During times of uncertainty, even the smallest glimmer of positivity can go a long way, and in today’s world, we pray that the rising tide of impact investing will become stronger.
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The Importance Of Impact Investing In Times Of Uncertainty
Dr. Walter Schindler2020-05-19T08:43:31-07:00The global pandemic has put not only the U.S. but the entire world in a state of shock. The current public health crisis has turned lives upside down and caused massive market uncertainty, leaving citizens around the world grasping for solutions and gasping for hope. As we wait for relief from the crisis, we're all asking ourselves: What can we do? Read on Forbes.com
Dr. Walter Schindler2020-04-07T20:22:31-07:00
As most of us continue to work from home, and we stay inside and away from others in the hope of hindering the spread of the coronavirus (COVID19), it’s important to contemplate several links between the slow mover climate change and this horrific quick-moving outbreak.
Sustainable Real Estate: Where Profit Meets Impact
Dr. Walter Schindler2020-04-02T03:57:27-07:00The ever-increasing population and urbanization of communities along with climate change concerns has made sustainable real estate a very important topic for investors over the last decade. As we launch into a new decade, real estate developers must consider their sustainability or “green” strategy in order to remain relevant, competitive, and perform well economically for the long term.
Why the Venture Capital Model is Not the Best Way to Invest in Energy, Water, and Food
Dr. Walter Schindler2020-03-22T16:54:02-07:00One of the challenges with both climate change and pollution is that it’s very gradual in its impact, and any progress is very slow like trying to move a battleship. This is one of the reasons Venture Capital in the biggest industries in the world, energy, water, and food, has been an uphill battle. I’ve been talking about addressing issues in these areas for over 20 years, but it feels like it’s only been in the last 12 months that people have been responsive and want to do something BIG.