May 2018

GreenMoney's Annual Videos Issue

As GreenMoney wraps up its 25th Anniversary Year of publishing relevant news on sustainable business and impact investing, we bring you our 3rd Annual All-Videos Issue. We’ve selected films from innovative leaders in the interconnected worlds of Impact Investing, Corporate Responsibility and Environmental Sustainability. I hope you find them as engaging as we do.

This issue's feature image is from The Fungi in Your Future documentary. The short film by Science Friday explores how the company MycoWorks fashions mushrooms into environmentally-friendly clothing, fabrics, building materials and more.

- Cliff Feigenbaum, founder/publisher EMAIL CLIFF 

 

 

Featured Videos

 

Sallie Krawcheck and Nancy Armstrong Discuss "Makers Money"

BUILD SERIES: Financial feminist Sallie Krawcheck of Ellevest, an innovative digital investment platform for women and Chair of Ellevate Network and the Pax Ellevate Global Woman’s Index Fund.

Creating the Perception of Scarcity Where None Exists

GREENBIZ18: William McDonough, AIA, having just returned from Davos, presented his recent findings on the size of current financial markets related to global GDP and the potential of The Circular Economy.

 

Annie Griffiths, National Geographic Photographer

BSR Conference 2017: Annie Griffiths shares stories of how photography can be a powerful tool for telling stories and engaging empathy. She is also Founder and Executive Director of Ripple Effect Images.

Diversifying Maine’s Fishing Economy

CEI Maine: For several generations, a small family-owned wharf in the fishing village of Tenants Harbor, ME, has grown and expanded, driving economic activity and spurring innovation while also being part of the Working Waterfront Access Program.
 

Plan ‘V’: A Vermont Public Bank – Funding Our Future

This documentary by Rob Williams, features many local Vermonters including Gwendolyn Hallsmith, Representative Valerie Fraser and Henry Jacqz who explain why a Vermont Public Bank is vital for their state’s growth in the new economy.
 

The Surprising Solution to Ocean Plastic

TED 2018: David Katz, Founder and CEO of The Plastic Bank, shares how by tackling the problem of ocean plastics, we can also end extreme poverty. TPB encourages recycling behaviors by treating plastic garbage as currency.

Solving Climate Change: Project Drawdown with Katharine Wilkinson

GreenBiz18: The most comprehensive plan ever proposed to reverse global warming and reach the point when the concentration of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere begins to decline.
 

GreenMoney Recommends: Additional Videos

Happening: A Clean Energy Revolution

Filmmaker James Redford embarks on a colorful personal journey into the dawn of the clean energy era as it creates jobs, turns profits, and makes communities stronger and healthier across the US.

Chasing Coral: The Documentary

PBS NewsHour Weekend: Saskia De Melker talks to director, Jeff Orlowski, about the real-time challenges of capturing rarely-seen effects of warming seas on coral reefs.

Sustainable Solutions: Wal-Mart and WWF collaborate for climate change

GreenBiz18: Supply chains are the new frontier of sustainability and accelerating this transformation are many large companies who have stepped up to set climate targets, generating huge results for the planet and the bottom line.

Patagonia Action Works

One of the most respected companies in the world is connecting committed individuals to organizations working on environmental issues in their own communities. Anyone can discover and connect with environmental action groups and get involved with the work they do.

 
 

 
 
 
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