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Green banks being prepped for the U.S. national stage (again)

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

Global corporations start to capitalize on ‘positive externalities’

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