'Green Transition Scoreboard'
Reports on the GREEN TRANSITION SCOREBOARD® (GTS) showing over $1.64 trillion in private investment in companies growing the green economy since 2007, setting the path for governments and institutional investors. Drilling into the numbers shows green investment possibilities available right now.
Relates to: Climate Prosperity, GreenTech, Trendspotting, Energy Efficiency
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Green Transition Scoreboard® Celebrates 2015 Earth Day With $6.22 trillion Blowing Past Mid-Mark to 2020 Goal
Saint Augustine, FL, April 22, 2015 ~ Earth Day 2015 marks $6.22 trillion invested in the global green transition since 2007. This meets our Green Transition Scoreboard® (GTS) goal of $10 trillion privately invested in the green economy by 2020, easily on track to reach the 2020 goal to effectively scale innovations and reduce costs in green technologies as the world transitions to the Solar Age.
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Advisor.ca: Green Investment Tops $3.3 Trillion
Ethical Markets Media has released its 2012 Green Transition Scoreboard, the newest report based on their global scoring system used to track private sector investments in green companies and technologies since 2007.
Asria: New Report Shows Private Investments In Green Sectors Top $2 Trillion
Rosalinda Sanquiche, Ethical Markets Media's Executive Director and editor of the ... Ethical Markets Media is independent multi-media company analyzing and ...
The Green Pages: Private Investments In Green Sectors Top $2 Trillion ...
Ethical Markets Media released their February 2011 Green Transition Scoreboard® tracking private investments since 2007 in green companies and technologies ...
Club of Rome Newsflash 92
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The global economy is now at a tipping point – emerging from the 300-year fossil-fueled Industrial Era to the cleaner, greener information-rich renewable energy societies which I predicted in my The Politics of the Solar Age in 1981. Although prominently reviewed in the New York Times and based on six years of service on the Technology Assessment Advisory Council of the US Office of Technology Assessment, the National Science Foundation and the National Academy of Engineering – my book went unheeded until recently. The health and environmental damage of reliance on fossil fuels led me to found Citizens for Clean Air in New York City in 1964 and persuade local media to carry an Air Pollution Index on weather reports. Technology assessment research deepened my understanding of the [...]
› TEEB report: corporations out of step with consumers on biodiversity loss
The presence of 160 delegates at Responsible Investor’s first Sustainable Emerging Markets conference was testimony to high interest amid a backdrop of increasing allocations and recognition amongst investors that sustainability factors are important investment issues in emerging markets. Richard Wilson
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A report to WWF International based on the Climate Risk Industry Sector Technology Allocation (CRISTAL) Model
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The renewable industry is worried about political setbacks. The first step is to shut up and get to work, argues Herman Trabish.
For the first half of this year, the conventional wisdom was that 2010 would be the year the U.S. committed itself to a national Renewable Electricity Standard (RES) requiring its regulated utilities to obtain an increasing portion of their power from renewable sources over the next ten to fifteen years. Then, at the end of July, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.), in pursuit of re-election, threw renewables under the proverbial bus.
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