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Source: Triple Pundit
Nine in ten companies on the S&P 500 index, one bellwether of U.S. stock market performance, published sustainability, corporate responsibility or citizenship reports in 2019. That’s up from only 20 percent in 2011 and 86 percent...
July 17, 2020 Ethiopia's River Nile dam: How it will be filledSource: BBC
Satellite images taken between 27 June and 12 July 2020 show a steady increase in the amount of water being held back by the new mega dam, which straddles the Blue Nile in Ethiopia.
Millionaires are planning to put nearly half (46%) of their wealth into sustainable investments by the end of next year, according to the World Wealth Report published by Capgemini, a consultancy.
July 9, 2020 Al Gore: where sustainable investing goes from hereSource: Houston Chronicle
At the end of last year, sustainable investing was having its biggest moment. Climate change was a hot topic and green energy stocks were hitting new highs. Then Covid-19 hit and everything changed. The global pandemic may be...
Dominion Energy and Duke Energy have canceled their Atlantic Coast Pipeline project, a natural gas pipeline that was to stretch hundreds of miles across West Virginia, Virginia and North Carolina, citing "legal uncertainty."
Source: World Economic Forum
As part of its $145 billion recovery budget, the country's government has allocated some $46 billion to sustainable investments in areas like renewable power and electric vehicles, according to analysis by Bloomberg.
The Swiss financial centre wants to take a lead in ethical investing. NGOs, however, fear the banks are more interested in cashing in than saving the planet. One thing everyone agrees on is the need for a universal definition of...
June 23, 2020 Q&A Roundtable: The Future of Impact FinanceSource: Stanford Review
Interest and investment in impact and sustainable finance have soared in recent years, highlighting a continuing shift of the field from a niche practice of do-good investors to a mainstream response to significant social...
June 23, 2020 Why Diesel Cars Are Disappearing - videoSource: You Tube/CNBC
Today, diesel engines are known to be heavy-duty, hardworking engines, most commonly found in heavy machinery. But their reputation for being fuel efficient made them a once popular choice for cars across parts of the world. Then...
Source: Daily News
Solar energy use throughout the state and the nation is expanding rapidly — and it’s not just liberal strongholds embracing the transition away from fossil fuels.
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