- Next week’s SOCAP and COCAP gatherings in the Bay Area should be about mobilizing a broader movement for transformative change.
- “We want to be able to situate ourselves as much more of a mainstream influence,” says Foxworth of Common Future's network of local change makers.
Newlight Partners has committed $150 million to Leyline Renewable Capital, which backs renewable energy projects at the pre-development stage, where few other investors are willing to go.
- Q&A with Rodney Foxworth: Redistributing wealth, democratizing power and shifting economic control for our Common Future. The median wealth of African Americans is on track to drop to zero by 2050. The lack of progress on the racial wealth gap is spurring Rodney Foxworth to find new ways to shift capital into economically marginalized communities and help investors deploy that capital more effectively.
- Building on its 18 years track record of local economy building, BALLE is rebranding as Common Future, with a focus on economic justice and shifting power.
Project Sage has tracked at least two dozen new funds, which will be part of the new report next spring. Catalyst at Large Suzanne Biegel provides a sneak peek at a selection of the exciting and innovative new funds emerging in the field of gender-smart investing.