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Portland People's Climate March

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September 23, 2014

On Sunday, September 21, my family and I joined thousands of people at the Portland People’s Climate March to bring attention and demand action to the most pressing social and environmental issue of our time: climate change. The rally was hosted by 350PDX, in support of the global climate day…  

Categories: climate change, divest fossil fuels, fossil fuel-free investing, fossil fuels, fossil-free investing, global warming

Portfolio 21 Announces Global Equity Strategy Environmental Impact Report

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September 18, 2014

Portfolio 21 is pleased to announce the publication of the Portfolio 21 Global Equity Strategy Environmental Impact Report. This report summarizes a recent research project Portfolio 21 has undertaken with Trucost, a leading global research and environmental data provider, to calculate the cumulative environmental footprint of the Strategy’s holdings. We are…  

Categories: energy, environmental investing, fossil fuel-free investing, fossil-free investing, green investing, greenhouse gas emissions, impact investing, risk, socially responsible investing, sustainable investing, water

Why Portfolio 21 does not invest in Coca Cola

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September 10, 2014

When I finished reading the article “Investing to Make a Difference Is Gaining Ground” published in the September 5th issue of the New York Times…, I was struck, yet again, by the wide-range of socially and environmentally screened investing options and the myriad ways individuals define and assess  

Categories: environmental investing, ethical investing, food, green investing, impact investing, risk, socially responsible investing, sustainable investing

Water Security Close to Home

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August 29, 2014

According to the Global Water Forum, by 2050 over 40% of the world’s population will live in water stressed regions. Concerns about water security is not a new topic, but as droughts ravage the western United States it is impossible to ignore the rising sense of urgency in regions very…  

Categories: climate change, ecological limits, environmental health, natural disaster, risk, socially responsible investing, sustainable investing, water, weather

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