It is good to be back. Justin Conway of Calvert Foundation served as Guest Editor of July’s special edition of GreenMoney Journal, which featured “The Millennials Perspective” on impact investing, sustainable business and more. The collection of insightful articles from five millennial leaders drew a lot of positive attention, and rightfully so.
We were especially pleased to see the July issue set new records for traffic to GreenMoney website. If you missed it, you can still read all the July articles here – http://bit.ly/ULLiyw
This August issue features long-time friend and colleague Hal Brill, with whom I co-wrote a book with many years ago. Hal along with the other managing partners at Natural Investments give us an early preview of their forthcoming book, “The Resilient Investor.” Joining Hal in this August issue is another long time friend and mentor, Hazel Henderson, who shares a growing solution to our planet’s water challenges – saltwater agriculture, and why investors should be paying attention. Joel Solomon updates us on the high impact investment funds from Renewal, and finally we have GreenMoney’s eJournal designer and social media consultant, Michelle Mosser of Grace Communications, reflecting on her experiences at the recent Sustainable Brands conference.
That is all for now. Enjoy the rest of summer.
– Cliff Feigenbaum, Founder & Managing Editor, GreenMoney
The Resilient Investor: A Plan for Your Life, Not Just Your Money
Excerpts from the forthcoming book by Hal Brill, Michael Kramer and Christopher Peck with Jim Cummings
Renewal Funds: Investing for Change
by Joel Solomon with Rebecca Cuttler, Renewal Funds
Desert-Greening: The Next Big Thing for Green Investors
by Hazel Henderson, Ethical Markets
Financing Solar: A Love Story
by Jamie Evans, Panasonic Eco Solutions
Big Brands Convene to Step Up Supply Chain & Product Innovation
by Michelle Mosser, Grace Communications
The Wastewater Gardener: Preserving the Planet One Flush at a Time
by Mark Nelson, author, The Wastewater Gardener
A Choice of Tomorrows:
America’s age of empire is coming to an end. The question that matters now is what will follow it
by John Michael Greer, author, Decline and Fall
Millennials Favor Impact Investing and Real Assets
by Michael Finnigan, CampdenFB