Investing in clean, renewable energy, is becoming a popular trend for congregations as another positive action to address climate change. Interfaith Power & Light will be adding to this initial list of clean energy investment resources. Please send your suggestions to email@example.com. Thank you.
Clean Energy Victory Bonds — Clean Energy Victory Bonds would extend proven government programs that create clean energy and jobs, including the Investment Tax Credit and Production Tax Credit, for a decade. The funds raised from the bonds would also help homeowners make energy efficiency upgrades to their homes and purchase plug-in and electric cars. The bonds will help ensure American competitiveness in the growing clean energy and transportation industries and will help create over 1.7 million jobs throughout the Unites States. To learn more and show your interest in the enabling legislations, click here.
Proxy Preview 2013 — Helping Shareholders Vote Their Values
A collaboration between: As You Sow, Sustainable Investment Institute and Proxy Impact
With insights from Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. (Waterkeeper Alliance), John Ruggie (Harvard University), Kenneth Bertsch (Society of Corporate Secretaries and Governance Professionals), As You Sow, Ceres, the Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility, Center for Political Accountability, Office of the New York City Comptroller, Trillium Asset Management, Calvert Investments, and others.
Ceres – Investing with climate change in mind
Ceres mobilizes a powerful network of investors, companies and public interest groups to accelerate and expand the adoption of sustainable business practices and solutions to build a healthy global economy.
Solar Mosaic – Empowering the public to invest in and benefit from clean energy
Mosaic is an online marketplace that enables people to invest in solar projects for as little as $25 and earn competitive returns. Mosaic’s mission is to open up clean energy investing to the public and fundamentally change the way energy is financed. The Mosaic team believes that the best way way to grow the clean energy economy is by allowing more people to participate in it and benefit from it.