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Climate Action & Your Portfolio: A Conversation About ESG Investment & Greenwashing With ETHO Capital

October 12th, 2019 | by Andrea Bertoli

I’ve long been interested in climate action, and as I’ve become more interested in investing, I’ve become totally passionate about how to do sustainable investment RIGHT – or at least BETTER. In my last article about learning to invest sustainably, I wrote that it’s hard to find funds that truly align with my green sensibilities. But there is one that stood out for me, and in this interview with Amberjae Freeman from ETHO Capital, we dive into what ESG investing is, and what it ISN'


Global Aquaculture Poses Serious Risks To The Environment

June 6th, 2019 | by Carolyn Fortuna

Global aquaculture, one of the fastest growing food sectors on the planet, is putting lots of seafood on our plates these days. New opportunities and challenges in seafood marine production under climate change scenarios require the industry to design effective and efficient use and protection of the oceans if we are to feed an enormous percentage of the planet's population sustainably


Debunking 4 Sustainable Investing Myths

December 20th, 2016 | by World Resources Institute

Enthusiasm for sustainable investing is surging. Already, more than $8.7 trillion of investment capital is managed using environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors in U.S. markets alone, a 184% increase since 2010. This pot of money increasingly includes investments in green infrastructure, renewable energy, affordable housing and more, as well as investments that more holistically integrate broad ESG factors


Socially Responsible Investments Vs ESG Investments

November 27th, 2016 | by Carolyn Fortuna

While ESG practices may seem identical to socially responsible investments (SRI), they’re actually quite different. You may always have thought that SRIs were the way to go, but a little more scrutiny might point you to ESG investments as the ones which can use your dollar to make the most impact on our planet



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