According to the latest report from the US SIF Foundation, sustainable, responsible, and impact (SRI) investing assets have expanded to $8.72 trillion in the US, up 33% since 2014. This equates to one in five dollars invested under professional management. The full reports explains this growth, in addition to exploring the top issues concerning money managers and their clients. (more…)
The Obama administration’s new overtime rule, originally set to take effect on December 1, 2016, has hit a roadblock in court. A federal judge issued an injunction, thereby stalling President Obama’s attempted overtime reform that would have impacted 4.2 million workers in the US. (more…)
While there have always been entrepreneurs working for social good, recent years have seen tremendous growth in programs and organizations to support them. From incubators and accelerators to business plan competitions and co-working spaces, a vast ecosystem has developed to support social enterprises.
As you navigate how to take advantage of this booming ecosystem, here’s the latest insights from an expert panel at the Mentor Capital Network’s 2016 Annual Gathering.
On May 25, UMass became the first major public university to divest from fossil fuels. The decision came after a 4 year campaign culminating in a week-long sit-in which saw 34 student arrests for nonviolent civil disobedience. It is a major victory for the student activists, the school, and the planet.
Harn Soper, a Green America colleague and industry advisor to Green America’s Non-GMO Working Group, recently wrote for Green Money on the economics of organic agriculture. He shares his breadth of knowledge as founder of Sustainable Farm Partners, LLP (SFP).
With technology rapidly changing and our volume and power of data constantly growing, it’s time to think about building a greener internet. Martin Fink, Chief Technology Officer of Hewlett Packard Enterprise, has some ideas. (more…)