How P&G, Wells Fargo finance the circular economy

August 22, 2017 by  
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Here are three approaches to harness the business opportunities in radically rethinking materials and waste.

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Future of climate finance lies in program incubation

July 26, 2016 by  
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The Global Innovation Lab for Climate Finance seeks to solve worldwide challenges of clean energy and low-carbon investments through engineering and investing in new finance instruments.

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BetterLabs: A New Kind of Incubation Firm

September 28, 2010 by  
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I was checking out Kiva.org the other day and stumbled onto a developer profile for Vaibhav Domkundwar, Founder and CEO of BetterLabs , who deveopled an app for Kiva called KivaAlerts . Domkundwar is interesting

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New Resource Bank Certified as a B-Corp

July 1, 2010 by  
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New Resource Bank – newresourcebank.com File this social enterprise news under ‘Better late than never’ From New Resource Bank’s website : SAN FRANCISCO (June 9, 2010)?– New Resource Bank (OTCBB: NWBN) is proud to announce it has become a Certified B Corporation (the “B” is for benefit) for its commitment to comprehensive social and environmental standards. The bank is the first Certified B Corporation whose stock is traded on the OTC Bulletin Board. Not that New Resource is late relative to their larger contemporaries, more that socially-responsible finance is such a tiny sliver of our overall financial system that it’s almost a oxymoron

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Reporting from NYC: Social Entrepreneurship Blooms

June 30, 2010 by  
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Last night, I attended the Catchafire 50 Project Kickoff event, part of this week’s National Conference on Volunteering and Service. Catchafire is a youth-driven venture to connect professionals who are looking to put their skills to meaningful use by linking up with nonprofits and social enterprises that could use expertise in branding, PR, design and social media campaigns.

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Group Buying = Lowest Price for Solar. Ever.

November 14, 2009 by  
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What with the Vice President promoting the PACE super affordable model of city financing for solar and the econo-apocalypse-related drop in solar panel prices, you’d think that solar was in the bag by now, but group buying on top of all that will still buy the cheapest solar for your roof. One Block off the Grid’s completely unique model of group buying combined with the financing of their partnering banker  SunRun (which offers one of the few solar financing options to remain viable in the downturn) has made this the cheapest way for going solar ever

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