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Gulf Coast, 2 Years After Deepwater Horizon

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May 21, 2012

New Orleans, Louisiana is, hands down, my favorite U.S. city.  I have visited this city more times than I can count and I just returned from a week in the Big Easy.  The city is seemingly vibrant and rebuilding itself from the destruction of Katrina and the subsequent failure of…  

Categories: environmental health, environmental justice, externalized costs

The Efficient Frontier?

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May 15, 2012

Investors were once able to diversify portfolios by adding emerging market stocks to the mix.  However, emerging stock markets have been trading more or less in lock step with developed stock markets over the latest global economic cycle.  The correlation of the MSCI World Equity Index and the MSCI Emerging…  

Categories: corporate governance, finance, markets, performance

Mexico Passes Climate Change Legislation

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May 1, 2012

In April, the Mexican Legislature passed the developing world’s first climate change bill, and after President Felipe Calderon signs the bill into law, Mexico will be one of a few countries to have a comprehensive climate change law in place.  While the bill, known as the General Law on Climate…  

Categories: ecological limits, energy, greenhouse gas emissions, regulations

The Changing Shape of Corporations

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April 25, 2012

For nearly 30 years, Portfolio 21 Investments has been working to influence progressive corporate behavior through the investment process. Recently, Bill Clark, a corporate governance attorney who also has a master’s degree in theology, was in Portland, OR speaking about corporate governance within the context of sustainable business. I’ll share…  

Categories: corporate governance, growth, regulations

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