GreenMoney's Annual Videos Issue on ESG & CSR

May 22, 2018 9:05 AM ET
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As the award-winning GreenMoney Journal ( http://GreenMoneyJournal.com ) 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.  - Cliff Feigenbaum, founder/publisher

We begin with The Fungi in Your Future, a short film by Science Friday that reveals how MycoWorks fashions mushrooms into environmentally-friendly clothing, fabrics, building materials and more. 

Creating the Perception of Scarcity Where None Exists  
GREENBIZ18 Forum:  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.

Sallie Krawcheck and Nancy Armstrong Discuss "Makers Money"
BUILD SERIES:  A new show featuring 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

Annie Griffiths, National Geographic Photographer
BSR Conference 2017:  Annie Griffiths shared 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.  

Also see the Additional Videos including:

• Happening: A Clean Energy Revolution

• Solving Climate Change: Project Drawdown with Katharine Wilkinson

• Chasing Coral: The Documentary

• Patagonia Action Works

Find all eleven of these engaging videos at- http://GreenMoneyJournal.com 

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Cliff Feigenbaum, founder and managing editor
GreenMoney Journal and GreenMoneyJournal.com