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As generational wealth continues to transfer largely to women and millennials, it’s clear that this next generation of investors is interested in investing for impact. In the last two years alone, inflows into ESG funds had a 10-fold growth to $51.1 billion. Socially conscious investors are increasingly seeking out advisors and investment vehicles that can help them align their investments with their values.

It’s inspiring to read about the impact investing journeys of these young changemakers like Heather Hansman. She recently wrote an article in Elle on her experience learning how to invest for impact. This quote was especially powerful, “Our generation is saying, ‘We want our dollars to create the future we want to live in.’”

Jean Case recently joined Mahan Tavakoli for a #BeFearless conversation where they talked about the importance of making big bets, risk-taking, failure and reaching beyond your bubble.
Tech Giants Race to Buy Up Renewable Energy
Top tech companies are scrambling to secure clean electricity deals for their data centers. The scale of these investments display the pressure companies are under to show their stakeholders that they are reducing their total carbon output, not just offsetting it.
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To Tackle Climate Change, Start with Corporate Culture
Sustained pressure from a variety of stakeholders is pushing companies to think seriously about addressing climate change. Bloomberg Green argues that significant corporate culture shifts start at the top, so companies may have to update their leadership to fulfill their environmental agendas.
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The Myths that Undermine Racial Equity at Work
Executive chair of the board of Deloitte US describes how they came to realize that companies who believe they are "unbiased meritocracies" often aren't, and that intentional conversations can help identify a set of myths organizations need to bust to become more equitable.
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Cementing Corporate Sustainability Goals
Ginger Krieg Dosier, co-founder and CEO of Biomason, has developed bio-based floor tiles that can replace cement. She says cement generates more carbon dioxide than all but two countries, China and the United States. So, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that the startup’s future looks bright as more corporations pay attention to sustainability.
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Office Returns Are Pushing Even More Women Out of Work
Smart companies will innovate to keep working caregivers — especially working mothers — in the workforce. Jean Case writes in Inc. how some companies are answering the challenge of keeping these valuable employees supported and active in the workforce.
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Podcast: ESG Insider
The latest episode of S&P Global’s podcast, ESG Insider is on “How Corporate America is waking up to racial equity.” Give it a listen — 20 minutes later, you’ll be well-informed on the growing intersection of business and diversity.
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