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April 10, 2019 Why Hasn't Sustainable Investing Gone Viral Yet?Source: Forbes
Let’s first look at what sustainability looks like in financial terms. In sustainable investing, the ideal scenario is when you find opportunities that produce the highest returns and have the highest positive impact.
Last week, a federal jury ordered Monsanto, the maker of Roundup, to pay $80 million to a 70-year-old man with cancer who had used it for three decades on his 56 acres in Sonoma County, Calif. The jury found that Roundup was a...
Source: Al Arabiya News
Thani Ahmed al-Zeyoudi, the Minister of Climate Change and Environment for the United Arab Emirates, said the humanitarian effects of climate change are huge, in a session held Sunday at the World ...
No technology raises ethical concerns (and outright fear) quite like artificial intelligence. And it's not just individual citizens who are worried. Facebook, Google and Stanford University have invested in AI ethics research...
April 9, 2019 When is sustainability unsustainable?Source: The Fish Site
With a growing population putting ever greater pressure on the Earth’s resources, everyone in the food production industry needs to be working sustainably.
Source: Science Daily
The falling cost of solar power has led to a boom in recent years, with more and more photovoltaic panels popping up on rooftops and backyard solar farms around the world.
There has been a 400 percent increase in the consumption of clothing over the past 20 years, according to data provided by TheRealReal. What happens to all of those clothes after they go out of style? The answer is not great. A...
Source: Interesting Engineering
When designing and engineering sustainable technology, which is better: creating technology that is extremely durable or creating something that is potentially recyclable at the end of the product's life cycle?
April 5, 2019 Patagonia refusing to sell vests to some corporate clients that don't 'prioritize the planet'Source: The Hill
Outdoor retailer Patagonia will no longer sell its corporate logo vests to companies it views as "ecologically damaging," a move that comes as part of the corporation's push to work with organizations that "prioritize the planet.
Transparency and accountability are both tools to promote fair algorithmic decisions by providing the foundations for obtaining recourse to meaningful explanation, correction, or ways to ascertain faults that could bring about...
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