Monthly Archives: November 2010

Expansion of the NASDAQ OMX Global Sustainbility Index

Well, it appears that we have some further evidence of the growing trend towards sustainability in the investment community.  NASDAQ has announced that it will be expanding its OMX Global Sustainability Index from 50 to 100 names.  Why?  Well, according … Continue reading

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“Influential Institutional Investors are Changing the Way They Invest”

So if you question if Institutional Investors really do care are sustainability, responsible investing, environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues, then I think the article that was recently published by Institutional Investor magazine called “Influential Institutional Investors are Changing the … Continue reading

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Water – So many things to consider for investors and corporations!!!

Increasingly I hear the question, “why does water matter to an investor and the companies they invest in?”  In an effort to answer this question, I’d like to share with you a variety of news and data points that will … Continue reading

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Climate Risk and Financial Institutions: Challenges and Opportunities

Yes folks, it’s been awhile hasn’t it?  Well from the beginning I promised that I wouldn’t write unless there was something that would be both interesting and impactful to you, the readers.  Well it seems that things have been a … Continue reading

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