Let’s imagine you are at or near retirement, you have done well in your career and have money invested with a Registered Investment Advisor (RIA). You have read the articles about how companies and large institutional investors are emphasizing sustainability

In the Silicon Valley Insider, we’ve covered companies in the agriculture space that reduce phosphorus nutrient pollution with hi-tech fertilizer and use fermentation to manufacture CBD.  We are familiar with the innovation path for startups like these, to create something

At Impakter, we’ve covered some incredible environmental and social-focused startups around the world. We have had a ground-level, front-row seat to the shift in the VC and angel-investor mentality where the return on investment is measured in more than profits,

When we typically think of startup financing, we think of venture capital, angel investors, seed rounds, Shark Tank, etc. There are other ways to pursue your passion and build a business, especially in the world of impact investing and social

For this week’s Silicon Valley Insider, we are shifting our focus from pollution and agriculture to another major area of concern for the United States: healthcare. It’s no secret that the US Healthcare system has its issues, primary among them

Our featured Silicon Valley Insider is addressing one of the most serious threats to our planet's coasts and lakes: nutrient pollution. Last week, Phospholutions, a State College, PA-based fertilizer startup, raised up to $1.5m in funding. Backers in the deal included 1855

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