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Morgan Stanley Announces $10 Million Cash Commitment to Support Coronavirus Relief Efforts

Firm’s efforts to focus on supporting longstanding commitment to children’s wellbeing and capacity building for first responder organizations.
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NEW YORK, March 19, 2020 /3BL Media/ – Morgan Stanley (NYSE:MS) today announced a $10 million cash commitment in aid to support Coronavirus relief efforts. Funding will support critical frontline medical responders globally as well as community providers serving those economically impacted by the crisis. The first three grants of $2 million each were announced for Feeding America, the CDC Foundation, and the World Health Organization’s Covid-19 Solidarity Health Fund.

Morgan Stanley Establishes Alliance for Children’s Mental Health

Alliance will help drive capital towards scaling effective, evidence-based strategies, impacting the mental health of youth
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NEW YORK, February 4, 2020 /3BL Media/ – Morgan Stanley (NYSE:MS) today announced the establishment of the Morgan Stanley Alliance for Children’s Mental Health (the “Alliance”). The Alliance, which brings together key leaders in the children’s mental health space, will combine the resources and reach of Morgan Stanley and its Foundation with the knowledge and experience of its distinguished nonprofit partner organizations.

Morgan Stanley Joins the World Economic Forum’s Global Plastic Action Partnership to Help Reduce Plastic Waste

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  • Global platform aims to combat the growing plastic waste problem in coordination with the Morgan Stanley Plastic Waste Resolution – the firm’s commitment to help prevent, reduce and remove 50 million metric tons of plastic waste from rivers, oceans, landscapes and landfills by 2030.
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  • Global platform aims to combat the growing plastic waste problem in coordination with the Morgan Stanley Plastic Waste Resolution – the firm’s commitment to help prevent, reduce and remove 50 million metric tons of plastic waste from rivers, oceans, landscapes and landfills by 2030.

Decarbonization: The Race to Zero Emissions

These five emerging technologies could curb carbon emissions, halt climate change and offer new ways to invest in earth’s future.
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As glaciers retreat, sea levels rise and temperatures increase, it’s clear that climate change is well underway, due in large part to the ever-increasing amounts of CO2 in the earth’s atmosphere.

The question, then, is how to best mitigate carbon emissions, which have now reached 53.5 gigatons (Gt) per year, the highest level in human history.

Morgan Stanley Expands Partnership with Safe Horizon Through New Grant Supporting the Streetwork Project

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The Streetwork Project grant extends the Firm’s funding of programs that provide a continuum of services to New York City youth, with focus on the LGBTQ community, by connecting this vulnerable group with crisis support and long-term care, empowering them to seek safety and stability to ultimately thrive as young adults. 

Why Work at Morgan Stanley? Here Are Four Great Reasons.

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From autonomous vehicles, to the software behind the Internet of Things, to the power of big data—innovation and disruption are driving the markets as never before, with industries and whole sectors changing at speeds that were once unfathomable. Underpinning this massive change is financial services—the engine that helps ignite companies to develop new products and create new markets. Harnessing that explosive growth takes a lot of hard work, thoughtful strategy, good advice, and financing. And, of course, the people who can make all that happen.

Morgan Stanley Announces Partnership With National Geographic Society, University of Georgia to Advance Citizen Science to Help Reduce Plastic Waste

Partnership aims to engage citizen scientists and create a better understanding of debris and plastic pollution in coastlines and waterways through open data
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NEW YORK, November 13, 2019 /3BL Media/ – Morgan Stanley, National Geographic Society and the University of Georgia College of Engineering today announced a partnership to scale and enhance the citizen science movement to help prevent and reduce plastic waste in coastlines and waterways through support for the Marine Debris Tracker (Debris Tracker).

Stopping Global Warming Will Cost $50 Trillion: Morgan Stanley Report

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Topline: While estimates vary on the cost of halting global warming and reducing net carbon emissions to zero, a new report from Morgan Stanley analysts finds that to do so by 2050 the world will need to spend $50 trillion in five key areas of zero-carbon technology.

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