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Named one of the top podcasts about corporate social responsibility, The Sustainability Story features intimate conversations with thought leaders from the world of ESG integration and sustainability. The topics include anything and everything about where finance intersects with the environment, governance, sustainability, social, climate change, biodiversity, human capital management, sustainable investing, impact investing, regulations, standards, and more. Host Matt Orsagh, CFA, CIPM is a ...
 
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Money and Meaning

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Money and Meaning

SOCAP (Social Capital Markets)

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Money + Meaning highlights the stories of innovators in our community who are leveraging the power of capital markets to create a more just and sustainable economy. We expand the conversation around impact investing and explore strategies to finance & support social change.
 
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More Than $$

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Dawn Carpenter & Guests Talk Business Revisited

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More than Money is a podcast that creates a conversation community around how to use your values to engage with work and invest your wealth. The podcast is designed in a 12-episode season format. Each episode is produced around two core interview segments sharing a common theme. In this podcast, we explore the following topic areas: (1) business ethics, (2) economic justice, (3) corporate social responsibility, (4) social entrepreneurship, (5) community development, and (6) faith and values- ...
 
Responsible Investing for a Sustainable Economy is a new weekly podcast that will unpack the environmental, social, and governance issues that companies need to tackle as investors like you demand more than just the bottom line. Host Tim Nash has been helping people understand how to invest responsibly for over a decade. When he started, few knew what sustainability, impact investing, ESG, CSR, or the transition to a low carbon economy really meant. Now responsible investing is a hot topic f ...
 
net present value explores the intersection of money, meaning, our impact and the legacy we create. NPV is a journey at the edges of climate, carbon, nature, biodiversity, ecosystems, web3, ReFi, social impact, wealth, philanthropy, media, art, finance and more. Hosted by TMO (aka Thomas Morgan, CCIM) who is relentlessly focused on regenerative finance, value exchanges and incentives in our world systems and how they relate to nature and people. TMO is using his 20 years of commercial and in ...
 
Taking inspiration from the United Nations 17 biggest challenges that face the planet, we bring you conversations with the leaders of the most innovative technology companies tackling these Global Goals. You'll also learn from the impact investors leveraging their capital to help these companies achieve massive scale. Join us each week to stay informed on the companies paving the way to create solutions to our world's greatest challenges on the Global Goals Project!
 
There are huge global problems that we hear about on a daily basis, so it’s my goal to explore these with you; to get a deeper understanding of what makes these issues complex, who are the stakeholders involved, and what progress is being made to solve some of these challenges. Together, we’re going to speak with movers and shakers in the business and impact worlds to learn more about their work in creating a better world. We promise to be candid and open to having our views challenged, whil ...
 
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We talk with Susan Krumdieck, Professor and Chair in Energy Transition at Heriot-Watt University, about transition engineering. We discuss how transition engineering will change how we approach sustainability issues and impact our economy. We talk about why hydrogen will not lead the clean energy transition and how we get to a sustainable future th…
 
excited to announce the launch of basinRE! basinRE is the 1st and only global property advisory & real estate brokerage dedicated to nature based and natural climate solutions the best part? basinRE is part of $BASIN, the #ReFi platform for scaling climate, nature and carbon projects a portion of everything basinRE makes will go to the $BASIN Treas…
 
We talk with Timothee Parrique, doctor in economics and researcher at Lund University. We discuss degrowth, what it is, what it isn’t and how our obsession with GDP and growth are flawed measures of progress. We talk about why “green growth” is not the answer to the climate and biodiversity challenges we face and what a world that has embraced degr…
 
We talk with John Hoeppner, Head of US Stewardship and Sustainable Investments at LGIM America. We discuss investor stewardship and the state of engagement with public companies around ESG issues. We talk about the impact of these engagements, what we see as burgeoning issues in the ESG world and the differences in investor engagement around the wo…
 
(For show notes and a full transcript, see https://tonyloyd.com/deirdre-horan). Dri produces durable, fashionable, and environmentally sustainable umbrellas from ocean-bound plastic. As a fifteen year-old, Deirdre Horan left her comfortable home in Acton, Massachusetts to join a youth group traveling to Gulfport, Mississippi. This was two years aft…
 
We talk with Sandy Peters, CPA, CFA, Senior Head, Global Advocacy, CFA Institute and Wes Bricker, Vice-Chair – US Trust Solutions Co-Leader at PwC. We discuss the SEC’s proposed rules about climate-related disclosure and how they will impact investors and companies. We talk about the financial disclosures required, greenhouse gas emissions disclosu…
 
We talk with Ben Yeoh, Senior Portfolio Manager, RBC Global Asset Management. Our wide ranging conversation includes discussions of ESG integration, ESG education, demographics, Economist Thomas Malthus, and the future of capitalism. We also talk about current and impending regulation and policy around ESG disclosure as well as the intersection of …
 
We talk with Delilah Rothenberg, Co-Founder and Executive Director of the Predistribution Initiative. We discuss how the Predistribution Initiative is working with investors to create investment structures and asset allocation strategies that better address systematic risks. We talk about how a focus on how internal standard setting, disclosure, im…
 
In this deep, far reaching but nuanced conversation I speak with Dave Fortson of LOA Labs. Dave is in the “movement business” and works with many of biggest projects in #ReFi (Regenerative Finance), Planetary Regeneration and Social Impact. It is evident that Dave cares deeply about his work, being of service and creating impact. Here is a rundown …
 
We talk with Mervyn Tang, Head of Sustainability Strategy, APAC at Schroders. We discuss what investors should be looking for when analyzing a company’s climate change strategy and decarbonization efforts. We talk about the growing investor interest in the area of natural capital and how Asia sits in the center of many efforts to address investment…
 
Guest: Toby Heaps, CEO of Corporate Knights Welcome to the final episode of season one of “Responsible Investing for a Sustainable Economy.” Today host Tim Nash talks to Toby Heaps, CEO of Corporate Knights, the magazine for clean capitalism. Toby has spent over two decades helping Canadians understand that a sustainable economy is not only possibl…
 
We talk with Barbara Davidson, Head of Accounting, Audit and Disclosure at Carbon Tracker Initiative. We discuss Carbon Tracker’s recent report; Flying Blind: The Glaring Absence of Climate Risks in Financial Reporting, which detailed the troublingly low level of consideration of climate risk impacts in financial climate related reporting for some …
 
For a full transcript and extended show notes, see https://tonyloyd.com/shubham-issar. Shubham Issar and Amanat Anand go from the UNICEF Wearables for Good Challenge to Shark Tank and beyond. Shubham Issar and Amanat Anand grew up in New Delhi but met at Parsons School of Design in New York. They loved working together on hands-on design projects t…
 
Guest: Darryl Brown, founder of You&Yours Financial Welcome to another episode of “Responsible Investing for a Sustainable Economy.” We asked listeners for questions and they delivered! Host Tim Nash is joined by Darryl Brown, senior investment planner for Good Investing and founder of You&Yours Financial, to answer some of the pressing questions a…
 
Open work session BUIDLing the open source basin.methodology for holistic climate project development at the property level. Developing "the full stack" of #ecocredits including #carbon removals and #naturalcapital. The basin.methodology will be submitted to the Regen Registry and hopefully approved (after more revisions of course!). Thanks to ever…
 
Guest: Mark Podlasly and Mike Carlson There’s little doubt that Indigenous issues are front and centre in discussions about the sustainability of Canada’s economy, but are responsible investors adequately considering that? What about the glaring gaps surrounding financial services where Indigenous peoples find themselves both underserved by financi…
 
We talk with Olivia Knight, Racial Justice Initiative Manager, As You Sow. We discuss how investors can better track whether companies are walking the walk as well as talking the talk on racial justice and environmental justice issues. We talk about the increase interest in social justice data, and what companies and industries are doing a better j…
 
Guest: Joel Solomon and Ryan Collins-Swartz Today’s episode returns our focus to the topic of impact investing, the strategy that seeks to generate financial returns while also creating a positive social or environmental impact. We hear from two leaders in the space. Our first guest is Joel Solomon, co-founding partner of RenewalFunds.com and autho…
 
Guest: Bruce Sellery, CEO of Credit Canada Many people are excited about responsible investing and eager to dive in. But there is some groundwork and approach that needs to be in place before you start. Bruce Sellery, CEO of Credit Canada and host of the “Moolala” podcast, joins host Tim Nash on “Responsible Investing for a Sustainable Economy” to …
 
We talk with Andrew Watson, Founder and Director, Rethinking Capital. We discuss how accounting, and in particular normative accounting can be used to help address climate change and other sustainability issues. We talk about how the assumptions we make with our accounting systems set the incentives, and how accounting can be used to help incentivi…
 
Guests: Milla Craig, founder and president of Millani, and Ben Felix, head of research and client education at BWL Capital Today’s episode looks at the financial performance of responsible investing. “Responsible Investing for a Sustainable Economy,” host Tim Nash starts with Milla Craig, the founder and president of Millani. Milla helps investors …
 
30 teams… 7 DAOs… 100+ humans all came together to create #web3 #ReFi #technology at the service of #nature In Winter 2022 Sovereign Nature Initiative asked hackathon teams to: Develop ideas that enable representation of non-human life, establish governance models and empower ecosystems to act in their own interests to produce and capture value in …
 
Every winter, thousands of humpback whales travel to the warm, shallow waters of Hawai‘i to mate, give birth, and raise their young. Hawaiian Islands Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary protects these whales and their habitat. From November through April, visitors to the sanctuary can see whales from shore and at sea. TMO had this recording on…
 
Guest: Tariq Fancy, founder and CEO of The Rumie Initiative On a podcast called “Responsible Investing for a Sustainable Economy,” you would expect that our guests have very positive things to say about responsible investing. But in the interest of balance, host Tim Nash welcomes a guest who has some valid critiques of the way Wall Street is sellin…
 
We talk with Ken Pucker, Advisory Director at Berkshire Partners and a Senior Lecturer at the Fletcher School at Tufts University. We discuss Ken’s time at Timberland, where he was at the forefront of the company’s social responsibility movement. We talk about the challenges facing the sustainable finance, ESG investing and impact accounting.…
 
Guests: Natasha Knox, principal of Alaphia Financial Wellness, and Mark Anielski, chief well-being officer at Anielski Management Does money make us happy? It can bring some to deep emotion and “psychological barriers” and a place of soul searching, questioning the difference one wants to make in the world and how money will get them there. Financi…
 
Guest: Darryl Brown, founder of You&Yours Financial We all have subconscious or cognitive biases. This even carries over with our finances and investing. To explore this, Responsible Investing for a Sustainable Economy host Tim Nash talks to Darryl Brown, founder of You&Yours Financial and senior financial planner from Good Investing, about the top…
 
We talk with Asha Mehta, CFA, Managing Partner and Chief Investment Officer at Global Delta Capital. We discuss how investors can approach sustainable investing from a quantitative point of view. We talk about the state of ESG data, the coming evolution of ESG disclosures, emerging markets, SDGs and impact investing.…
 
Guests: Coro Strandberg, president of Strandberg Consulting, and Joyce Sou, director for business development at B Lab U.S. & Canada If you roll your eyes at investment jargon like corporate social responsibility and environmental social governance analysis, then you’ll love this episode of Responsible Investing for a Sustainable Economy. Led by ho…
 
Can you launch a charitable foundation with the best of intentions and end up scandalizing the foundation, embarrassing the charities you support, and having your faith questioned in the glare of the national media spotlight? Of course you can! On this episode, we look at what we can learn from the dramatic collapse of Archegos Capital, its founder…
 
Guests: Jon Hale, director of ESG Strategy at Morningstar, and Mary Robinson, director of research and partnerships at the Responsible Investment Association Welcome to the first episode of Responsible Investing for a Sustainable Economy in 2022. Today, we examine the responsible investment marketplace by looking at supply and demand. To help us lo…
 
We talk with Sandra Taylor, Founder and President, Sustainable Business International. We discuss her time leading the Sustainability efforts at Starbucks as well as her current work with wineries to help winemaking become more sustainable and equitable. We talk about organic, biodynamic and sustainable agricultural practices and what role these pr…
 
What helps you get to know someone better? text only? audio only? Or video? What will work better for building the #ReFi Community? TMO does a test. See the results on twitter @tmoindustries Original Convo: https://twitter.com/tmoindustries/status/1476568219657850882?s=20 _______________________________________ This podcast is a collaboration. With…
 
Guest: Shad Kabango, Canadian rapper, broadcaster and investor Artist Shad Kabango is a rapper, broadcaster and host of “Hip Hop Evolution” on Netflix. He is also passionate about responsible investing, and joins host Tim Nash on “Responsible Investing for a Sustainable Economy” to talk about the impact of arts and culture on the economy. “I try to…
 
We talk with Rob Zochowski, Program Director of the Impact-Weighted Accounts Initiative at Harvard Business School . We discuss how to better measure the positive and negative impacts or externalities that businesses have on society and our environment. These efforts are aimed at providing a more complete understanding of these impacts so that inve…
 
Guests: Shannon Lee Simmons, founder of New School of Finance, and Bridget Casey, founder of Money After Graduation It’s not how much you invest. It is when you start investing. For many, understanding the difference and making the choice to invest even a small amount when you are young comes down financial literacy. Shannon Lee Simmons, founder of…
 
Guests: Tonya Surman of the Centre for Social Innovation and Rudy Ruttimann of the Sketch Institute Real estate in Toronto is red hot, leaving a lot of prospective buyers out in the cold. So, how the heck does a non-profit buy real estate in downtown Toronto? The answer is something called a community bond. Add that to your bricks and mortar! Today…
 
We talk with William Burckart, President and COO at The Investment Integration Project (TIIP) and co-author of the book “21st Century Investing”. We discuss TIIP’s focus on system-level investing, that aims to help investors understand that healthy portfolio returns are dependent on healthy systems on which we all depend. We talk about how the mana…
 
Is it possible for the company formerly known as Facebook to be a force for good? There are some bright spots. NOTE: For a full transcript of the conversation, go to https://tonyloyd.com/emily-dalton-smith If you want to hear bad news about Meta, the company formerly known as Facebook, you don’t have to look far. And, there’s plenty of bad news to …
 
Guests: Bob Willard, founder of Sustainability Advantage, and Armine Yalnizyan, an economist and Atkinson Fellow on the future of workers This week on “Responsible Investing for a Sustainable Economy,” host Tim Nash with guests Bob Willard and Armine Yalnizyan are talking about the business case for sustainability and why companies and governments …
 
Guests: Dr. Courtney Howard, an emergency doctor and board member of the Global Climate and Health Alliance, and Heather Scoffield, the Ottawa bureau chief for the Toronto Star. If we are going to talk about responsible investing, we have to talk about climate change and what a better time than just after the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conf…
 
Guests: Laura Zizzo, co-founder and CEO of Manifest Climate, and Adam Scott, executive director of Shift Action For Pension Health and Planet Health The second episode of the “Responsible Investing for a Sustainable Economy” podcast is all about climate risk. We’re hot on the heels of a global climate conference with big targets announced by govern…
 
We talk with Betty Jiang, CFA, Head of US ESG Research at Credit Suisse. We discuss the ongoing COP26 meeting and what investors should look for post-COP26 concerning climate policy, climate financing, carbon markets. We also examine the industries and sectors that face the most climate related risks and opportunities in the coming years.…
 
Guests: Jessica Moorhouse, host of the More Money podcast, and Adria Vasil, managing editor of Corporate Knights magazine and author of the ecoholic book series On the premiere episode of the “Responsible Investing for a Sustainable Economy” podcast, host Tim Nash speaks with Jessica Moorhouse, host of the More Money podcast, who helps us get into …
 
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