July 24th, 2020 | by Andrea Bertoli
No, this is not a title from The Onion - this good news is REAL! A United States-based group of Dominican nuns have partnered with Morgan Stanley to create an impact fund that allows the nuns to invest $110 million (other sources cite $130 million) and change the scope of how sustainable and positive investment is done
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'
August 17th, 2019 | by Andrea Bertoli
As a novice investor and 'deep greenie' I'm committed to growing my portfolio in the most sustainable way possible. Over the past two years I've been doing research and learning all that I can - and here's the story of what I've learned about how we can vote with our dollars and invest with our values for a fossil-fuel free world.
August 5th, 2018 | by Sponsored Content
Wunder finances small and midsize business’ solar energy projects (from about $100k to $5M), which community and traditional banking institutions avoid because of the complexity. Not only is this moving the needle when it comes to the commercial solar market, it’s proving to be a very successful model, and it has seen huge growth and impact over the past year.
February 25th, 2018 | by Andrea Bertoli
Thanks to everyone who joined the Solar Investing webinar with Wunder Capital CEO and Founder Bryan Birsic last Thursday. Zachary Shahan, our Director here at CleanTechnica, was there to help moderate the Q&A from our live audience. Here are the recording, the slides, and some key highlights
November 7th, 2013 | by Silvio Marcacci
Calvert Investments and Morgan Stanley have announced new initiatives that provide immediate options for fossil fuel divestment and long-term green investing opportunities