The People vs The Politicians

By: Hedrick Smith Washington – What gets lost in the partisan passions in the homestretch of American elections is that political reforms to make our democracy fairer and more open are also on the ballot, thanks mostly to grass roots activists sick of the hyper-partisan warfare in Washington and tired …

Connect with a truly global audience

Be a part of a truly global event.   The GIIN Investor Forum will convene the global community of active and aspiring impact investors to accelerate investment.   Join us at this year’s Forum to meet with over 1,100 investors from 70+ countries, take part in interactive sessions covering the full …

Walden’s 3Q Report on Shareholder Engagement

Below is our 3rd quarter brief to clients on shareholder engagement activity in our three focus areas: climate, equality, and governance. We also announce our partnership with Global Impact Sourcing Coalition (GISC), and report on our efforts to protect shareholders’ right to file proxy resolutions.   Click here for the …

Americans Need to Eat 90% Less Meat for the Planet to Survive

“Ethical Markets agrees! See our latest Green Transition Scoreboard® 2018 on all the plant-based protein start-ups and delicious new foods that will improve human health and phase out raising animals and killing them for meat (free download at www.ethicalmarkets.com) ~Hazel Henderson, Editor“ Global Citizen Stories Americans Need to Eat 90% …

SOCAP 2018-October 23-26, 2018-San Francisco

SOCAP is the world’s leading conference activating the capital markets to drive positive social and environmental impact – convening the marketplace at the intersection of money and meaning. The conference brings together impact investors, social entrepreneurs, philanthropists, business leaders and other innovators from across the world in a unique cross-sector …

POSITIVE MONEY takes on RBS!

“Ethical Markets welcomes Positive Money’s initiative exposing the issues around UK bank RBS! ~Hazel Henderson, Editor“ Tomorrow will mark ten years since the Government bought out RBS with £45.5 billion of taxpayers’ money.   Tomorrow Saturday 13th October will mark ten years since the Government bought out RBS with £45.5 …