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In the News: Wall Street’s Climate War Intensifies With New Weapons

We're primed to give investors a unique opportunity to invest in the broad market while avoiding the increasing risk of long-term investment in fossil fuels. Following up on his June 26 article, Wall Street: Your Climate War Has Arrived, National Journal Energy and Environment Correspondent Ben Geman highlights the launch of Fossil Free Indexes' FFIUS benchmark as a new tool that gives broad market investors the ability to fight global...

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In the News: New ‘Fossil Free’ Investment Index Boosts Divestment Movement

Blue and Green Tomorrow's Tom Revell covers the launch of Fossil Free Indexes' first benchmark index FFIUS - Fossil Free Indexes US. Read the article here.  

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Press Release: Fossil Free Indexes Launches First US Index

First US broad market fossil free index Supports a surging divestment movement Demonstrates that fossil free investing need not sacrifice returns Shields investors from risks associated with fossil fuel investments NEW YORK, June 26, 2014 - Fossil Free Indexes LLC (FFI), an environmental, social, and governance (ESG) index and research company, today released its first index covering the US equity markets, Fossil Free Indexes US...

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In the News: The Carbon Underground Identifies Most Polluting Companies for Divestment Campaign

  Pointing to investor concerns about the sustainability of the companies they invest in, Charlotte Malone writes in Blue & Green Tomorrow on the impact of The Carbon Underground to the divestment campaign. See: Index Identifies Most Polluting Companies for Divestment Campaign   Blair Palese, CEO of 350.org Australia, said, “Moral arguments aside, investors a becoming increasingly aware of the financial risks...

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In the News: Why the UN Climate Negotiations Remain Critical

  Governments and High Net Worth individuals own a majority of global assets in general, and governments also own a majority of coal and oil assets in the ground.  Therefore the Climate Negotiation process of the UN remains critical. Citing the release of "The Carbon Underground" as a key new development to watch, Cary Krosinsky writes in About.com Sustainable Investing  on why the UN remains mission critical to the climate change...

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