Welcome to our 200th issue of GreenMoney…yes, 200 and going strong!
For this commemorative issue we are looking back and including many of our Readers’ Favorites, i.e., the most-read articles according to Google Analytics. We have also included a few of our own favorite GreenMoney articles, videos and podcasts. While researching, I looked back at our special 150th issue and realized once again the articles are still quite interesting – so consider checking those out as well.
Though we are looking back in January, we are on the cusp of our 30th Anniversary Year that begins later this Spring. If you want to know more about what is coming up and how to work with us, you can contact me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I have always liked Trends, so as we were almost finished with this issue – MSCI published their new 2022 ESG Trends to Watch Report. They always put together an interesting read – so let me recommend it. The 10 Trends are broken into three categories – Climate as First Among Equals; The Mainstreaming of ESG; and Emerging Risks and Opportunities.
Now a question, are you ready to attend in-person conferences again? If so, how about New York in the Spring? The Responsible Business USA Conference from Reuters Events is one to add to your travel calendar. The conference on April 19-20 will bring together 500+ CEOs and senior-level executives from business, finance and government to build the networks, collaborations and expertise that will make 2022 the decisive year in the decisive decade.
– Cliff Feigenbaum, publisher and founder
Marketplace Radio host David Brancaccio (August 2017)
People generally like to measure a business’s worthiness based on its bottom line — not its values. But over the past couple of decades, socially responsible investing (SRI) has grown into an industry worth trillions. Cliff Feigenbaum, who founded GreenMoney Journal 25 years ago, joined us to talk about the increase in people who are matching their values with their portfolios.
Patagonia Provisions – Food plays a critical role in the next frontier of our efforts to solve the environmental crisis. We can change our relationship to the land and oceans – learn how from pioneers in the fields of regenerative ag, grazing, diversified crops, and restorative fishing.