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Richest 1% generate more than double the total emissions of the poorest half of the world

The richest 1% of the global population is responsible for more than twice as much carbon dioxide emissions as the poorest half of the world, which consists of around three billion people.

That’s according to new research conducted by Stockholm Environment Institute for Oxfam, which suggests nearly half of the emissions generated

One Small Thing You Can Do To Save The Planet: Switch To Green Energy

Thinking about the climate emergency and sustainability can be overwhelming. The problem is so huge, the stakes are so high and the solutions can seem so complex, it is much easier to just not think about it.

Deciding how to tackle the problem and improve the sustainability performance of a business can be even more difficult for small

Salesforce Introduces Sustainability Cloud

Built on the World’s #1 CRM, The New Carbon Accounting Product Accelerates Global Efforts to Address the Climate Emergency

Salesforce, the global leader in CRM, announced Salesforce Sustainability Cloud, a carbon accounting product for businesses to drive climate action that will accelerate the world’s efforts towards carbon neutrality. With Salesforce Sustainability Cloud, businesses now have a

Inspired By Berkshire Hathaway, A New Model To Impact Investing

Trevor Neilson and Howard Warren Buffett want to hold the “impact” sector accountable. This summer, Neilson, CEO and co-founder of i(x) investments, a four-year-old company leveraging finance for socially- and environmentally-driven companies, launched another event, adding to the roster of impact conferences. However, this one asks those

Climate Emergency: Fund Managers, Fossil Fuel Companies And Getting To Zero Emissions by 2050

Society is awakening to the facts of a climate emergency and the need for urgent climate action. Are individuals’ demands, governmental requests, and major funds and companies aligned?

We saw the Extinction Rebellion protests in London followed immediately by the UK Parliament declaring a National Climate Emergency . Almost a t the same

Climate emergency: Why the City needs to join the Rebellion

Hopefully we all suffered some small inconvenience as a result of the Extinction Rebellion protest. Instead of grumbling, we should all be grateful for the wake-up call.  That includes the investment community. Yet some treat token action on climate change as a burden they unwillingly have to shoulder, while others are happy to pay