Investors can use the Positive Peace Index to gauge the performance of environmental, social and governance factors in countries. Global interest in ethical investment is growing. More companies and funds are committing to finding solutions for the world’s challenges through sustainable

Editor's Note: This article is by Alison Loat. Alison is the Managing Director, Sustainable Investing and Innovation (SII) at OPTrust, a defined benefit pension plan with over 98,000 members and almost $23 billion in assets under management, based in Toronto,

A recent statement from the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) has announced plans to intensify financial cooperation between Singapore and China, and green finance is at the core of these plans. This comes at a time that seems fitting. Especially

Green finance, the primary way for the financial industry to promote environmental protection and sustainable economic and social development, faces greenwashing. This means that low-cost funds from green financing are used for non-green projects. This article starts with the explanation of the

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

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,

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