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Norway’s Dilemma: How Does This Green Nation Wean Itself From its...

Key Takeaway: Pristine, green and progressive, Norway keeps its air clean thanks...

Want to Release the Animal Spirits? Break the Glass Ceiling, Study...

Key Takeaway: Gender diversity can pay off for investors as companies that...

Europe’s Development Bank Punts Fossil Fuel Choice Amid Wider Climate vs....

The European Union wants to lead the world in fighting climate change, but its massive and influential investment bank, which funds energy...

The Wild West of Organic Drycleaning: Demystifying Opportunities for Investors

Key Takeaway: Eco-friendly startups are hoping to disrupt the lightly regulated dry...

From Dark Matter to Exoplanets: Nobel Laureates Changed How We Understand...

They sound like terms from a science-fiction movie: Dark matter. Dark energy. An exoplanet orbiting a solar-type star. But...

Welcome Friendshipping: Developer BetaDwarf Sees Videogames as a Solution Not a...

Key Takeaway: Danish online games developer BetaDwarf believes that a new type...

Alphabet, Amazon and Apple Push Hard into Healthcare, Leveraging Digital and...

Key Takeaway: The world’s biggest tech firms, including Alphabet, Amazon and Apple,...

Green Bonds, Gaining Traction in U.S. as Acceptance Spreads, May Hit...

Key Takeaway: Green bond issuance hit a record $66.6 billion in the...

Scientists Speaking Out: Disbanded EPA Panel Gathers To Focus Attention on...

Key Takeaway: Scientists are responding to efforts by the Trump Administration to...

Renewable Pledges by Google, Amazon May Be More Than the Old...

Key Takeaway: Google, Amazon and other companies announcing plans to source renewable...

Amid Noise, Fintech Emerged as Bright Spot at U.N. General Assembly

Beyond gloomy headlines about a scolding 16-year old activist to leaders acknowledging failure to make meaningful progress on climate change, you may...

Toilet Paper’s Environmental Toll Rises as Alternatives Fail to Catch On

Consider this the next time you buy toilet paper.  If you’re like most American consumers your toilet paper was...

New Study Aims to Help Investors Decide Which Edtech Tools Have...

Far too often in the U.S., a person’s zip code determines their destiny. Children who grow up in poverty are likely to...

At the UN, Cities See Themselves in Vanguard of Solving Climate...

Key Takeaway: Science for 1.5C Cities, a side-event held in UN’s basement...

Citi’s New Sustainability Chief to Lead Low-Carbon Transition, As Banks Push...

Citigroup, ready to meet a ten-year $100 billion sustainability goal four years ahead of schedule, named the executive in charge of the...

Stablecoin Companies Prep for Mainstream as Big Banks, Facebook Launch Digital...

Key Takeaway: As big banks like Wells Fargo, JPMorgan offer stablecoin cryptocurrencies,...

Opportunity Zones: Developers Cheer While Residents Brace For Change

From the window of the small Italian café called Coffee Break on Main Street in Hackensack, New Jersey, Dominic Daniele has had...

King Gold, Relied Upon by Asia’s Unbanked, May Get Challenge from...

Gold is still king in some less developed parts of the Asia-Pacific region. Khmers, Malaysians, Thais and others still use it to...

Biomass Might be Renewable but Environmentalists Warn It’s Not Clean

Key Takeaway: The burning of biomass, trees, plants and animal poop, was...

Elect-Tech: VC Funds on Left & Right Eye Political Startups as...

Julie Menter used to struggle to convince voters of the growing link between technology and politics. But with a president known to...

Aussie Investors “Shifting Capital” as Global Warming Becomes National Health Crisis

Global warming is doing more in Australia than sparking a health crisis. It’s changing the way some investors think about where to...

Can These Fintech Startups Help Millennials Left Behind By Traditional Banks?

Millennials without credit scores, freelancers and low-income people with no experience in handling finances aren’t the usual groups that the banking industry...

Why Gen Z Doesn’t Click with Mainstream News

Key Takeaway: Traditional news companies are failing to connect with Gen Z consumers, a report on...

The Dirty Business of Cement Gets a Clean Up from MIT

Is it possible to change how the most ubiquitous building material on earth is made -- one so dirty that it accounts...

Amazon Employees Join Global Climate Strike, Call for Zero Emissions by...

Key Takeaway: Amazon Employees for Climate Justice will strike today at the company’s Seattle headquarters to...

Impact Investing Has Opportunity, Research Deficit, Study Says; Others Say Concerns...

The premise of impact investing is simple: Investors deploy capital in ways that return a profit, and simultaneously make the world a...

Microbiome Experts Call Out Technology’s Limits, Saying it’s Still Early Days...

While the number of microbiome-focused products and investments rises, the science remains in a nascent stage, and expectations for the industry may...

Frontier Economies Need For Capital May Mean Returns, Impact for Investors

Not enough investment capital is flowing into emerging and frontier markets despite potential for strong returns and the opportunity to help the...

The Rise of Insurtech: Startups Aim to Shake Up the Stodgy...

When Senator and Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders last week asked Twitter users to reveal their most absurd medical bill, thousands of...

Pork-Loving China May Be Poised for Alt-Meat Surge as Pig Supplies...

China is addicted to pork. Last year, the nation, home to half the world’s pigs, produced more than 50 million tons of...
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