"In our post-political world, the key distinction is not rich vs poor... it is accelerating change vs resisting change.”
- To share its early learnings, Blue like an Orange is releasing its internal rating system, SDG Blue, which scores investments against the SDGs in much the same way Moody’s scores companies’ credit ratings.
- “We wanted to find a way to take the SDGs seriously and have a guide for how we select deals, diligence deals and how they move through our process,” says co-founder Suprotik Basu. “There’s a real temptation to back into the icon or the goal that makes sense, and that’s how you get to your SDG impact. That didn’t feel right to us.”
"Oil companies are not moving quickly. They are fighting the move. They have behaved outrageously badly."
“In the near future, and sooner than most anticipate, there will be a significant reallocation of capital,” BlackRock’s Larry Fink writes in his annual letter to CEOs.
ImpactAlpha, Jan. 14 – When it comes to corporations known for responsible business and sustainable practices, Unilever is often cited as one of the best examples. But when the Canadian research firm Impak Finance last year drilled deeper into corporate impact, Unilever scored only 302 out of a possible 1,000 points. The French energy equipment
- The reckoning is here. 2020 is a year in which choices and reputations will be made.
- On ImpactAlpha's latest Returns on Investment podcast, the roundtable regulars dug deep for year-end optimism in the face of confounding obstacles to progress.