Trammell S. Crow, a Dallas-based businessman and father of four, is focusing his efforts on impact investing, and media that focuses on saving the planet through EarthX.
Artificial Intelligence is used in this biodome to grow bio-organic food. Any kind of business idea needs a solid legal foundation.
Today’s financial investors and traders that seek long and short-term profits are increasingly aware of the carbon footprint of the companies they invest in.
Have you invested in a company that consistently pollutes? The SEC is looking for you. New whistleblower unit seeks to penalise polluters and corporations that deny climate change.
American consumers are more concerned about the planet than steady economic growth, new report. Your company wants to be a part of this. What steps do you take?
These students take an idea like waste coffee grounds, test a hypothesis and if it works can turn science into a cleantech company. This is how business and eco can make an impact.
Adolescent men in the DRC (Democratic Republic of Congo) are recruited by warlords because they are desperate. A new German fund will help keep farming in the family and guys like this in his father's arms. Bigger steps are needed from the top down: Investing in renewables is the answer.
I worked at McDonalds when I was a kid. I was 14 and there was this part of the job I couldn’t really take seriously: smiling for customers. It always seemed fake or phony if I smiled because the truth is, not very many people inspire me to smile. I do have friends who smile […]
What’s the social value of a new app that connects me to the best pizza in town? Or a gadget that can help me talk to a fellow gamer in China? Maybe the answer is zero, but maybe not. There is a new investment trend in town and it’s called Impact Investing. While the East […]
It may pay to invest green, but Israeli green funds are momentarily in the red, reports the Israeli business newspaper, The Marker. Israeli green mutual funds trading on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange (TASE) invest primarily in foreign companies. The growth of the shekel, the nosedive of the dollar, plus a decline in the cost […]