SASB Newsletter, January 2017, Issue 15

“Ethical Markets highly recommends all of the innovative accounting metrics provided by the Sustainable Accounting Standards Board (SASB), so  necessary to drive the US and the global economy in healthier, greener, knowledge-richer directions. ~Hazel Henderson, Editor” From the CEO Here at SASB, we’re starting 2017 with a single rallying cry: let’s …

Economic opportunity through bold climate action

“Ethical Markets recommend these key reports from Davos which will cover all the green transition issues which  We Mean Business coalition members  advocate. We agree that the global green transition from the fossil era is now unstoppable as we track in our Green Transition Scoreboard® on private investments in green …

Where is the latest ESG & Impact Investing News?

The TBLI Daily ESG and Impact Investing News Published by Robert Rubinstein 11 January 2017 Read paper ? With a record $1.4 trillion in sustainability assets, investors bail on fossil fuels Shared byRobert Rubinsteinwww­.greenbiz­.com – As President-elect Donald Trump puts together his fossil fuel-focused administration, the investment community is moving …

Welcome to the first issue of Co-op Weekly!

January 04, 2017 Welcome to the first issue of Co-op Weekly! Welcome to the first issue of Co-op Weekly—news, events and features published by the National Cooperative Business Association CLUSA International and delivered to your inbox every Tuesday. You’re receiving this email because you previously subscribed to CBJ Online. In …

The Italian Banking Crisis: By Ellen Brown

The Italian Banking Crisis: No Free Lunch – Or Is There? It has been called “a bigger risk than Brexit”– the Italian banking crisis that could take down the eurozone. Handwringing officials say “there is no free lunch” and “no magic bullet.” But UK Prof. Richard Werner says the magic …

Public Banking Institute News – Dec. 7, 2016

    “Fake News” List Touted by CBS Was Faked? It is not hard to imagine that much of the tender concern expressed by the mainstream media is commercial: independent news and analysis sites threaten their legitimacy by exposing how dependent they are on stories planted by government or business …