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In today’s #ClimateAndStyle edition, style editor Jyotika Bindra gets you ready for summer. In honor of World Oceans Day on June 8th, Jyotika spoke with India-based fashion brand The Summer House about their swimwear line, #sunglasses maker Sea2see Eyewear., and skincare brand cocokind. Plus we revisit Blair Palese's - Global Climate Editor - visit to Bad Hombres. Read on: - https://mailchi.mp/climateandcapitalmedia.com/sustainable-sunglasses-swimwear-sunscreen-basic
We cover the business and finance of climate change.
We're climate finance focused this week, as founder Peter McKillop wades into the #bitcoin climate impact discussion. Also, Richard Brooks of @standearth on divesting from fossil fuels. Editor Kari Huus submits a green bonds segment on Germany’s green sovereign bond. Plus, we profile 11 young professionals leading the future of sustainable finance. Read on - https://mailchi.mp/climateandcapitalmedia.com/ccm-may-24-2021-basic
In this week's Climate & Capital Media Weekly, founder Peter McKillop highlights greenwash in the financial sector, highlighting JPMorgan Chase as a prime culprit, with input from @Rainforest Action Network. Also, in our new segment "Climate Media Signal", in partnership with @Science4Data, we see a huge spike in climate reporting. Plus more, read on! - https://mailchi.mp/climateandcapitalmedia.com/ccm-may-17-2021-basic
Europe’s greenest countries back fossil fuels abroad – ‘The Arrangement’ is to blame | We Don´t Have Time
Oft-overlooked export credit agencies quietly back billions in fossil fuel exports even as their governments curb emissions at home. In the global effort against climate change, nobody is more impressive than Sweden — at least, according to the 2020 Climate Change Performance Index, which awarded ...
Joel Bach is bringing climate action to the masses - Climate & Capital Media
A chat with the web developer who aims to plug you into America’s burgeoning climate movement one click at a time
"The path to a green industrial revolution will have as many hot-button controversies as the brown fossil era."
In this week's edition of the CCM, Founder Peter McKillop highlights the need tackle the controversies that arise in the climate fight. We share Emily Chasan's recent column highlight the high cost of climate inaction. Also, we hear from The Years Project founder Joe Bach, RE-volv founder Andreas Karelas, and Global Forest Coalition's Simone Lovera - https://mailchi.mp/climateandcapitalmedia.com/ccm-may-10-2021-basic
In today's Climate & Capital Weekly, looking at 50 years of Earth Day, plus our founder Peter McKillop spoke with Jonathan Alter for a look at what a look at FDR's administration can tell us about Biden's first 100 days.
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John Howell is a writer, editor, and broadcaster who oversees the Climate Finance Weekly newsletter and advises on communications and media strategy.
He was co-founder, editorial director, and chief of thought leadership for 3BL Media, for which he managed all original editorial content, wrote, and edited newsletters, and created the Brands Taking Stands initiative.
He has worked as an editor and contributor for ELLE Magazine (US), Artforum , and High Times magazines, developed new media for Hearst Magazines, and created communications for Calvin Klein, Polo Ralph Lauren, and The Body Shop. He lives and works in New Hampshire and Maine.
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A discussion of ESG and the untapped potential of shorting to accelerate the fossil fuel transition with Chris Ito, CEO of FFI Advisors.
"There is a very low threshold to breaking into the industry; it’s very open to new #entrepreneurs. In fact, we get interest all the time from folks in the #oilandgas industry who are looking for change." — Omeed Badkoobeh, co-founder and CEO of Yotta Energy
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The Climate Flag makes a statement no matter which way the wind blows.
The Climate Flag evokes elements of the pride movement’s Rainbow Flag, the humanitarian movement’s Earth Flag and the environmental movement’s Ecology Flag.
The colors of the horizontal bands represent the sun (yellow), breathable air (white), our planet’s bodies of water (blue) and eco-friendly technologies (green). According to ClimateFlag.org, the circle design element is “inspired by the Big Blue Marble, the first image humanity had ever seen of the Earth from space and the power of coming together for the common good.”