Combined with its move two years ago to stop accepting the world’s plastic waste, China is pushing nations to deal with their plastics problems.
“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 – Green banks are operating in two dozen countries and more than a dozen U.S. states, but establishing a national green bank in the U.S. has proved a stubborn challenge. With interest rates at historic lows – and global temperatures at historic highs – the timing may finally be right. Green banks
Mangrove destruction for shrimp farming may not be as high profile an issue as deforestation in the Amazon for cattle farming, but it’s potentially more harmful, according to a new Planet Tracker report.
A new OZ tool will help “shepherd, guide, winnow and target investments toward projects of greater community benefit,” says Urban Institute's Brett Theodos.
A number of African nations are now formalizing policies to support and encourage local entrepreneurs and promote the growth of digital technologies.
"The brown skies I observed in the Blue Mountains this week are a product of human-caused climate change."