November 12, 2019

Blog & News

Amazon is launching a $2 billion fund to invest in climate technologies

Amazon on Tuesday announced it will launch a $2 billion venture capital fund to back companies developing sustainable and decarbonizing technologies.

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Our commitment to transparency

In January we committed to providing our stakeholders and clients more clarity and insight into our investment stewardship practices.

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Greening of Europe Means Lots More Red Tape for Investors

Fund firms will soon be required to disclose their holdings’ environmental impact.

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Jeff Bezos expanded Amazon’s climate change pledge. His workers want more.

Jeff Bezos, the CEO and founder of Amazon.com, takes a walking tour of the Amazon Spheres, three plant-filed geodesic domes that serve as a work- and gathering place for Amazon employees.

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Thousands of Tech Workers Join Global Climate Change Strike

Employees in Silicon Valley want their companies to do more to help the planet. Will this activism make a difference?

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Switch up your lifestyle!

Win a Nintendo Switch by downloading the nano app, and recycling with the #ScoutsRecycle nanotask!

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Nano Toolkit

Looking for more information? With our recent launch we have been getting a few questions from planet savers like you! If you would like to find out more about our mission and our app, check out the link below.

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Study Shows Local Food Projects May Have a Positive Effect on Psychological Health

We just joined a local community garden and it's honestly awesome! There's just something seeing delicious healthy food grow right in front of your eyes. A recent U.K. study even says participating in local food projects may have a positive effect on well-being and psychological health. “These findings are encouraging to those of us looking […]

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Record 633 divers pick up a ton of trash from ocean floor in Florida

How awesome is this!? Well, the whole trash ending up there in the first place isn't too cool. But it's great to see a strength in numbers initiative showing its power yet again! Click here to view the full article from the Sun Sentinel.

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Big Food turning to regenerative agriculture to meet sustainability goals

Companies like General Mills and Hormel Foods are embracing the practice to help their businesses and respond to consumers who consider environmental stewardship in their buying habits. You can check out the full article here. The agriculture industry is one of the major actors in sustainability. When you think about it, feeding humanity is perhaps […]

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