Thought Leadership Blogs

7 Questions for Ester Marie Barbuto, Darden MBA Student & SWE Trustee

Our COO and CIO, Betsy and Garvin, recently co-taught an Impact Investing class at the Darden School of Business. While in Charlottesville, Betsy enjoyed [...]

Glossary of Terms

While impact investing has begun to converge with the mainstream investment industry, one of the hurdles of widespread impact investing adoption is the [...]

The Problem with Proxy Ballots ~ Worth

Originally published by Worth By Garvin Jabusch Many people assume that engagement with public companies through proxy voting and resolution filing is the [...]

7 Questions for Charles Goldman, President & CEO of AssetMark

Charles Goldman has deep experience working with independent advisors and broker dealers, and is President and CEO of AssetMark, Inc. As an Advisory Board [...]

7 Questions for Andrea Learned, Climate Action Communications Strategist

You may think it is rare for people to really meet and make connections through Twitter, but it is not. That’s exactly how Green Alpha’s Betsy Moszeter and [...]

7 Questions for Mathias Craig, Executive Director of blueEnergy

Our COO Betsy Moszeter recently had the pleasure of taking an immersion trip to Nicaragua, and spent a lot of time visiting blueEnergy, and projects they’re [...]

Index Funds Are Climate Change Denial ~ Worth

Originally published by Worth http://www.worth.com/index-funds-are-climate-change-denial/ Why investing in broad-based index funds is no longer a “safe” [...]

7 Questions for Olivia Dell, a Female Millennial’s Perspective

Betsy Moszeter, Green Alpha’s Chief Operating Officer, was privileged to attend Opportunity Collaboration, an annual conference that brings together thought [...]

The Trump Trade ~ Worth

Originally published by Worth http://www.worth.com/the-trump-trade/ By Garvin Jabusch This is a difficult (and personal) question to answer about [...]

Green Alpha’s Annual Stakeholder Letter

Dear Green Alpha Clients & Stakeholders, Happy New Year & Welcome to 2017! 2016 was an interesting year, to say the least, and 2017 probably won’t [...]