What’s under the hood of your mutual fund or ETF?

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Trying to Get Out: Divestment and Violence

 

By Rev Abby Mohaupt

I have spent much of the last six years organizing in our regional and national governing bodies as part of my work as one of the leaders of the movement in the Presbyterian Church to divest from fossil fuels.… Read the rest

Impact Takes Way More Than ESG. It Also Takes Common Sense.

Guest article by Earth Equity’s friend and colleague, Garvin Jabusch of Green Alpha Advisors

Originally published as “ESG Screens Don’t Go Far Enough” by WealthManagement


If you’re interested in sustainability focused or other forms of impact thematic investing, that’s great, and personally I believe we should all consider some allocation to solutions for our primary risks.

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The Economic Case for Fossil Fuel Free Investing

We really loved Betsy Moszeter’s article, “The Economic Case for Fossil Fuel Free Investing,” published in the November/December ’17 issue of Investments & Wealth Monitor. Moszeter is Partner & COO at Green Alpha Advisors, a responsible investment management firm in Boulder, Co.Read the rest

Next Economics and Investing: 2017 Message from Green Alpha Advisors

Guest article by Earth Equity’s friend and colleague, Garvin Jabusch of Green Alpha Advisors


Happy New Year & Welcome to 2017! 2016 was an interesting year, to say the least, and 2017 probably won’t be any less so. We [at Green Alpha Advisors] like to send out an update to clients and investors in our LLC at the beginning of each year, and we think long and hard each year about what is most important to convey in the overwhelming sea of information in which we swim.… Read the rest

Three Investment Strategies To Tackle Climate Change

We’re proud to be featured in a new article at U.S. News and World Report, “Three Investment Strategies to Tackle Climate Change.”

EXCERPT:

In a post-election climate where much of an incoming White House administration is filled with anti-climate change proponents, some investors are trying to take a public stance.Read the rest

Guest Blog – Next Economy: Election Aftermath

If you believe in the continuing evolution of the economy towards innovation-driven sustainability and economic coexistence with our fragile earth systems, then this has been a rough week.

So, what happened? We can cite a number of likely reasons behind Trump’s victory, but here are the ones that stood out to us.… Read the rest

Seven Ways to Invest With a Theme In Mind

Over at U.S. News and World Report, Krull & Company’s Peter Krull joins several thought leaders in discussing how millennials are adapting the trend of “thematic investing.”

Forget the investing style of your parents and grandparents. As times have changed, so have attitudes.

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Should Your Church Divest?

In the 21st century, religious congregations and committees must face the necessary integration of creation care with their commitment to stewardship. This isn’t a question of if, it’s a question of how. Simply having awareness of environmental and social issues is no longer an option for stewardship.… Read the rest

Krull & Company Launches ReVest to Help Religious Organizations Divest and Reinvest

When it comes to responsible investing, Asheville-based Krull & Company is calling for faith-based organizations to take the concept of stewardship to a new level. The sustainable investment firm recently launched ReVest, a service designed to help congregations and individuals reallocate financial assets from fossil fuel investments to environmental and socially responsible funds.… Read the rest