With oceans in peril, investors find new ways to invest in the ‘blue economy’

ImpactAlpha, March 28 – The bad news about the oceans has finally started to generate some good news for investors looking for investments in the blue economy. A growing recognition that oceans are in crisis – from global warming and acidification to plastics pollution and depleted fisheries to “dead zones” caused by chemical runoff from agriculture

Ejido Verde is financing indigenous Mexicans to plant trees – and plant a stake in the middle class

  • Ejido Verde is delivering its own Green New Deal for hundreds of families in the Mexican state of Michoacán. 

Investors with $6.5 trillion demand fast-food giants manage climate risks

  • "Increased environmental regulation, rising consumer demand for plant-based food, and fears over water pollution from intensive farms are all ingredients in the rising threat to the long-term value of the fast food multinationals,” said Alice Evans of BMO Global Asset Management, with $260 billion under management.