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Strong SEC climate risk disclosure rules are good for business, investors

Published: August 4, 2021 by Gabriel Malek

Updated rulemaking is urgently needed given the immense risks climate change poses to companies, investors, and the American financial system.

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Degrees Episode 11: Adam Heltzer

Self-described "do-gooder" Adam Heltzer found that ESG and the world of private equity is THE best place to create lasting, meaningful change.

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Degrees Episode 07: Trish Kenlon

Trish Kenlon, Founder of Sustainable Career Pathways, provides tangible advice for how to get a job in fields related to sustainability.

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Access to capital shrinks if oil and gas companies ignore methane, says Quantum private equity

Published: November 19, 2020 by Andrew Baxter

Quantum's Sean O’Donnell shared his views on methane and the company's plans for a more active role in ESG regulatory matters with EDF’s Andrew Baxter

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BP, Shell and investment giants call for Texas zero flaring regulations. Will others follow?

Published: September 11, 2020 by Ben Ratner

Investor and business leaders are using their voices to call for an end to flaring — exhibit A of a material ESG issue in the energy sector.

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Apple, Ford, McDonald’s, Microsoft among this summer’s climate leaders

Published: July 22, 2020 by Tom Murray

A number of leading companies are rising to the challenge and responding stakeholder demands for ESG leadership. Here’s how.

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Trump administration’s 401(k) rule ignores ESG as core driver of financial performance

Published: June 29, 2020 by Tom Murray

This politicization of ESG and sustainable business could hurt millions of Americans who depend on their 401(k)s and pensions to plan for retirement.

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C.O.B Tuesday – a conversation about ESG

A wide-ranging discussion on energy and investment between EDF's Ben Ratner and Tudor Pickering CEO Maynard Holt.

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