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A new online trading platform would help investors and business place a financial worth on environmental and societal assets.
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tka new paper finds little support for loyalty-driven securities, but investors see the importance of long-term investment horizons.
Even people earning under $2 per day now have access to solar energy.
COP 19, which just wrapped up in Warsaw, led to important progress. But ultimately, more needs to be done.
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The move is designed to cut costs as well for the U.S. solar industry.
The bond, launched by World Bank-backed International Finance Corporation, will fund climate smart projects.
The Morgan Stanley Institute for Sustainable Investing aims to meet demand for environmental and social impact and financial returns.
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The company meets its internal carbon pricing policy through reduced air travel, carbon offsets and efficiency.
CEOs are stuck on the path to sustainability, and investors are a barrier that need to become a booster.
Darden Restaurants and the Walton Family Foundation will invest in struggling fisheries to secure a sustainable seafood supply.
Self-consuming systems can spur building owners and tenants to use as much onsite solar electricity as possible. Could it work in the US?
In the latest version of the Equator Principles, even more energy projects will be subject to banks' risk reviews.