Alisa Rusanoff2020-09-23T01:22:17-07:00The COVID-19 pandemic brought significant economic destruction and serious healthcare concerns to the world, the likes of which we have not seen before. The crisis also stressed an issue we cannot afford to ignore any longer – Climate Change.
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.
Victoria Brodsky2020-09-02T11:48:29-07:00Water is an essential resource we can’t live without. This makes it a great commodity to help diversify your investment portfolio, especially as concerns around water scarcity increase. If you’re interested in investing in water and adding it to your portfolio, consider these three investment options.
Dr. Walter Schindler2020-08-06T12:13:03-07:00There is a rising tide of enthusiasm and capital for environmental, social and governance (ESG) investing. However, the good news about ESG is also the bad news.
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Do Offsets Really Help Further Clean Energy Goals?
Victoria Brodsky2020-07-08T08:24:37-07:00Millions of tons of carbon dioxide are emitted every year from activities like air travel, infrastructure, shipping, production, and more. Carbon offsetting is the idea that you can pay money to compensate for your own carbon footprint or emissions output.
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 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.