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Our investment and banking choices can help reduce the risks of abrupt and irreversible climate change.

Protect Your Investments From Climate Risk

Learn about financial and other risks of holding fossil fuel companies. Find fossil fuel free investing tips and perspectives in our blog.

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Get Started: Investing More Responsibly

Divestment efforts internationally use a common set of tools, like the Carbon Underground 200™, to help a range of investors begin addressing their exposure to climate risk while rejecting profits from companies deepening the climate problem.

Align Investments and Values using the CU200™ and More.

Evaluate Fossil Fuel Free Investment Options

The notion that divesting from fossil fuels means lower returns is false. The true risk is in holding on to fossil fuels.

Learn about three investment styles: Active Management, Factor Investing, and Passive Management.

Holding Banks Accountable for Financing Fossil Fuels

Holding Banks Accountable for Financing Fossil Fuels

More and more investors and financial consumers are paying attention to the role that big banks play in deepening the climate crisis via their financing of fossil fuel companies and infrastructure projects. Thanks to widespread Indigenous-led efforts to bring global attention to the financial relationships that make the local devastation of infrastructure projects like DAPL

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Why smart money seeks “broad diversification”

Why smart money seeks “broad diversification”

  In our last blog post we showed that green investors who keep most or all of their capital in just the largest US sustainable companies may pay a high price due to lower diversification and missed opportunity. For example, one dollar invested in just large US companies (S&P 500 Index) in 1970 would have

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Better Banking tools for Divestors

Better Banking tools for Divestors

Whether you think of yourself as an investor or not, your money matters to local and global economies. Even an action as simple as opening a checking or savings account or applying for a new credit card makes a difference. Understandably, the task of learning which banks invest in fossil fuels and which bank on

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