This week on Blue & Green Tomorrow, Mike Mompi explored how social impact investment is making its way to the mainstream.
For Solar Independence Day, Jemma Collins visited the Hollies solar farm in Lincolnshire to discover more about solar power, while Michelle Thew argued that it is time government, businesses and investment managers worked together to ban animal testing.
Mike Mompi: Mike Mompi of ClearlySo writes how social impact investment might just be making its way into the mainstream. Read more.
Michelle Thew: It’s time government, businesses and investment managers clubbed together to ban animal testing once and for all, writes Michelle Thew of Cruelty Free International. Read more.
- Inquiry By European Obudsman Following PETA Animal Testing Complaint
- PETA UK Comments On Survey On Attitudes Towards Animal Testing
- Risk Of Animal Experiments To Rise In UK After Brexit
- PETA Responds to Home Office’s ‘Annual Statistics’
- MEPs reject 1.6 million signatures from European initiative Stop Vivisection
Jemma Collins: Solar farms across the UK opened their doors to the public on July 4 as part of Solar Independence Day. Blue & Green Tomorrow’s Jemma Collins went to visit the Hollies solar farm in sunny Skegness, Lincolnshire. Read more.
Seth Kirby: Blue & Green Tomorrow hosted a Sustainable Investment Bootcamp for financial advisers on June 26 in Edinburgh. Read more.
Ilaria Bertini: Bonito, in the Brazilian state of Mato Grosso, is one of the top ecotourism destinations suggested by responsibletravel.com ahead of the 11th World Responsible Tourism Awards. Read more.
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