• Economics
  • We Have Met the Vampires … And They Are Us

    By Kyle G. Crider “The fact of the matter is, if vampires truly feed with even a tiny fraction of the frequency that they are depicted to in movies and folklore, then the human race would have been wiped out quite quickly after the first vampire appeared.” — Costas Efthimiou and Sohang Gandhi, “Cinema Fiction […]

  • Investment and Markets
  • Divestment’s Impact is More Than Just Money

    The divestment campaign – a grassroots movement to get public pensions, university endowments and other large funds to remove fossil fuels companies from their portfolios – has garnered some huge victories recently. Earlier this year, it was Norway’s Government Pension Fund announcing it would divest from coal, the dirtiest fossil fuel. Last month, California followed […]

  • Corporate responsibility
  • Twitter Chat Recap: #Purclean w/ Tide & USDA

    Today, Procter & Gamble, the U.S. Department of Agriculture, and TriplePundit came together at #purclean to discuss how renewables can replace traditional materials in products while still delivering on performance, and discussed why P&G is now introducing Tide purclean with 65 percent bio-based content. We heard from Kristen Stutz (Brand Manager, Tide) and Todd Cline (Research […]

  • Investment and Markets
  • GRI and the SDG Compass: Moving Beyond the Report

    If you’re a CEO and want to report on your triple bottom line, where are you gonna go? GRI. Sustainability reporting is nothing new for readers of TriplePundit. Since the late 1990s, the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) has been the standard-bearer for corporate sustainability, literally creating the global standard for integrating non-financial metrics into business reporting. […]