‘Socially Responsible Investing’
Tracks ethical, responsible, cleaner, greener mutual funds, pension funds, charitable endowments, labor unions and their pension funds, new “triple bottom line,” ESG auditing and asset valuation. Reforming asset-allocation and valuation models from “EMH” and “rational actor” to new behavioral science and ecological social assets. Covers legal aspects, corporate governance, social justice and indigenous rights, public financing of political campaigns, Supreme Court rulings, e.g. Citizens United re corporate lobbying. Includes new Indexes and Ratings.
UK’s largest rooftop solar photovoltaic system and its ROI Download the case study Car manufacturer, Jaguar Land Rover, is at the forefront of driving sustainability values and responsible use of resources in all areas of their business. They had a strong desire to [...]
[Blog] US Green muni trio; Connecticut $60m up to 17yr, Florida’s East Central $87m up to 20yr, Spokane WA $181m up to 20yr – all for WATER projects + Spokane is 1st Muni to have a 2nd opinion!
US Green muni trio; Connecticut $60m up to 17yr, Florida’s East Central $87m up to 20yr, Spokane WA $181m up to 20yr – all for WATER projects + Spokane is 1st Muni to have a 2nd opinion! Last winter we noted the rise of the corporate green bond; this seems to be the winter of the green muni (municipal) bond. The past few [...]
Transport Day Bulletin Published by the International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD) PDF Format IISD/ENB Meeting Coverage Volume 217 Number 2 - Tuesday, 9 December 2014 TRANSPORT DAY 2014 7 DECEMBER 2014 Transport Day 2014 took [...]
Could falling oil prices spark a financial crisis? The oil and gas boom in the United States was made possible by the extensive credit afforded to drillers. Not only has financing come from company shareholders and traditional banks, but hundreds of billions of dollars have also come from junk-bond investors looking for high [...]
What's Next for Sustainable Investing? An Individual and Industry Perspective During my first week at Calvert Investments as President and ceo in April 1997, I received a desk plant as a congratulatory gift from a former colleague. Seventeen years later, that plant is literally a tree, dominating a special corner of my office. It is a daily [...]
The Coming Climate Crash Lessons for Climate Change in the 2008 Recession By HENRY M. PAULSON Jr., NY Times, JUNE 21, 2014 Carbon dioxide emissions like those from coal-fired power plants should be taxed to spur energy innovation. THERE is a time for weighing evidence and a time for acting. And if there’s one thing I’ve learned [...]
Ten Noteworthy Articles Cliff Feigenbaum founder & publisher Welcome to the 100th issue of GreenMoney Journal. This special December edition includes many noteworthy articles and reader favorites from the past. See the list below and click on the title to read the complete article. We began publishing GreenMoney in 1992 with [...]
IIRC Newsletter - November Edition Building transparency and trust in the public sector Public sector organizations from around the world have met in Washington D.C. for a round table event convened by the World Bank to launch the Public Sector Pioneer Network. [...]
Japanese securities house Nomura signs up as a Climate Bonds Partner. It's a party! Leading Japanese securities house, Nomura, has signed up as a Climate Bonds Partner. Nick Dent, Head of EMEA Syndicate at Nomura, said: "We're committed to growing the green bonds market in all the markets we're working in around the [...]
“Ethical Markets congratulates Positive Money for helping advance this vital debate in the UK Parliament on the politics of money-creation and credit allocation. We also try to break this important story to the US voters in our TV special “The Money Fix" on demand at www.ethicalmarkets.tv or for colleges at www.films.com." [...]