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The American Dream and the Climate Monster

June 25, 2019

By Trevor Neilson Read the original post on Medium Every day we are confronted by new, terrifying examples of the climate emergency we are living in. A historic drought in Chennai, the sixth-largest city in India, is so severe that it’s now visible from space. Over 4.6 million citizens are coveting every drop of water. The city has 99 percent […]

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Rooted in Capitalism for Social Change, Inaugural ENTREPRENEURS IMPACT SUMMIT, Founded by i(x) investments, Receives Over 100 Commitments from Businesses and Entrepreneurs Focused on Tackling the World’s Biggest Problems

June 17, 2019

Founders, CEOs + Executives from Facebook, HopSkipDrive, Halogen Ventures, Repurpose, Inc., Water Ledger, and many others were featured speakers and panelists at the Conference *Sold out Conference was attended by over 300 people; presenting sponsor Good Money* June 17, 2019 05:42 PM Eastern Daylight Time SANTA MONICA, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Impact investing firm i(x) investments hosted the inaugural 2-day gathering, Entrepreneurs Impact Summit (EIS), […]

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Statement from Trevor Neilson, Co-founder and CEO of i(x) investments, about Extinction Rebellion Protests in London Targeting Finance Companies

April 25, 2019

The Extinction Rebellion protests today in London targeting Goldman Sachs, the UK Treasury, the Bank of England, Deutsche Bank and other institutions are a wake-up call for the global finance community. Climate change is an emergency and investing in fossil fuels accelerates the emergency and increases the global risk associated with carbon emissions. Scientists agree […]

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Impact Investing in 2019

January 3, 2019

2018 was a landmark year. The idea that you could create profit alongside positive social and environmental impact was not new, but it spread rapidly, steadily approaching mainstream status in the investment world. Last year, we saw more published research proving that impact investing could be just as profitable as traditional investing. In the 2018 […]

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Christine Harada Featured in Barron’s on Federal Climate Report

December 10, 2018

We’re excited to announce i(x) investments president Christine Harada has been featured in the recent Barron’s article covering the landmark federal climate-change report released last month.

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A Conversation with our President

December 4, 2018

We recently sat down with i(x) investments President Christine Harada to gain her insight into some burning questions about impact investing and what’s going on in the world today.

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When Climate Change Becomes Personal

November 20, 2018

Just over a week ago the Woolsey Fire exploded, roaring through the mountains in which I live. My wife, two-year-old son, and dog jumped in the car with a few family photos and joined over 200,000 others in a mass evacuation, a line of cars chased by a cloud of apocalyptic smoke.

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It’s Time To End Our Worship Of Oil

October 23, 2018

The investors and business leaders who stood to applaud the Crown Prince are part of a global business community that sees capital as being amoral.

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Friday Finance Roundup, Global Climate Action Summit 2018

September 24, 2018

On Friday, September 14, 2018, i(x) investments hosted the Friday Finance Roundup at the Global Climate Action Summit in San Francisco, CA. The event was a success with a large turnout of leading industry professionals who gathered to discuss the issues surrounding climate change.

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i(x) investments Names Former Chief Sustainability Officer of the United States Christine Harada President; Appoints Former Deputy Secretary of the United States Treasury Sarah Bloom Raskin Chair

September 13, 2018

NEW YORK, NY, Sept. 13, 2018 – i(x) investments, a multi-strategy impact investing company, today announced that Christine Harada, former Chief Sustainability Officer of the United States, has joined the firm as President.

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