This week on Blue & Green Tomorrow, Jess Ratty discussed how crowdfunding is changing business for the better.
We also explored how the financial world needs to improve at connecting the dots between an investor’s money and its real world impacts, and interviewed Lush’s ethical director about ethical cosmetics and spending sustainably.
Jess Ratty: At the forefront of an alternative finance revolution, crowdfunding is changing business for the better, writes Jess Ratty of Crowdfunder. Read more.
Tom Revell: The mosquito is by some way the deadliest animal in the world. In terms of the number of human victims they claim each year nothing comes close, not even humans. Read more.
- Transforming the Future of Energy
- Big Society Capital To Partner With Crowdfunder, Ethex And ThinCats In New Crowd Match Fund
- Unprecedented Research On Millennials Show They Are Eager To Connect, Get Involved & Give
- Aid The Launching Of The World’s First Autonomous Ship
- Winners Of £350,000 Community Energy Fund Announced By M&S Energy
The Secret Environmentalist: Poor Owen Patterson, he’s not exactly Steve McQueen. Like Steve, Owen was (or felt) attacked by a blob, his borrowed term for the environmental movement; a mix of NGOs, lobbying organisations and other environmental interest groups. The erstwhile UK environment secretary apparently felt besieged by a well-funded, coordinated machine. Read more.
Alex Blackburne: The financial world needs to be better at connecting the dots between an investor’s money and the real world impacts it is having, according to a leading sustainable investment fund manager. Read more.
Ilaria Bertini: Lush’s ethical director Hilary Jones speaks to Ilaria Bertini about ethical cosmetics and sustainable spending. Read more.
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