Posts Categorized: Uncategorized

Earth Day: Thoughts from the Past About the Future

The history of environmental education parallels Earth Day and the modern environmental movement. Evolving from the Nature Study and conservation education, environmental education formalized in the late 1960s and gained traction in the 1970s. Climate… Read more »

Time to Rethink ESG & EM

In response to the economic, ESG, and market consequences of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, we made the decision to exit our dedicated Emerging Markets exposure across our mutual fund and UMA model portfolios on March… Read more »

Accelerating the Transition to Net-Zero

In this week’s edition of TheIMPACT, Jeff is joined by Truman Seamans, Founder and CEO of Open Source Climate (OS-Climate).  While most ESG and climate focused data is proprietary and not shared between providers, OS-Climate… Read more »

Muni Bonds and Sea Level Rise

In this week’s edition of TheIMPACT, Eric Glass, Impact Investor and Advisor at Justice Capital, spoke with Jeff about how municipal bonds are uniquely positioned to create impact by addressing climate as well as social… Read more »

Transparency with Blockchain and Satellites

All eyes are on the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow next month. Our team, alongside climate activists and policymakers worldwide are fixated on Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs), or global emission reduction plans, under… Read more »

Cautious Optimism: Orders Aren’t Outcomes

The month of May brought us another climate-related executive order, stating it is the administration’s policy “to advance consistent, clear, intelligible, comparable, and accurate disclosure of climate-related financial risk…including both physical and transition risks.”[1] This… Read more »