From 2015 to 2020, 33 major European based Financial Institutions invested a combined total of 20 billion US$ in companies directly linked to climate-changing deforestation in Brazil. Unless Financial Institutions urgently address their role in funding deforestation, the Amazon and

Women in developing countries are generally well-served by microfinance institutions. As a result, women-run livelihood businesses make up a good chunk of the typical microfinance portfolio. However, when it comes to larger loan sizes, the number of female borrowers drops

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

The term ‘sustainable investing’ seems like an oxymoron upon first observation. How can someone expend money with the hope of receiving a return on their investment while constraining their strategies to ethical principles? Indeed, this task is quite challenging —

Investing in Education is the key. The trend nowadays is to use the motto “Young people are the future”. This phrase has been abundantly used by politicians who influence globally the status quo, by teachers, journalists, you and me. Yet,

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