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Marching Towards a 4C Fail

By Garvin JabuschAn edited version of this article was published by Worth First, let's be clear about something: the 1951-1980 average global temperature [...]

Green Alpha Testifies Before the U.S. House of Representatives’ Select Committee on the Climate Crisis ~ Video

Green Alpha is proud to have been asked to serve our country, and the world, by testifying in front of The House Select Committee on the Climate Crisis in [...]

7 Questions for Sarah Brinker, University of Oregon Net Impact Graduate Chapter President

We at Green Alpha like to give back to the community whenever possible, and that periodically means guest lecturing at the University of Colorado (since [...]

Legacy Indexes are Busted and Dangerous ~ Solutions with Sonya Interview with Garvin Jabusch

Impact Interviews & Articles by Sonya Dreizler This year, I’ve been exploring the intersection of indexing and impactful investing in public [...]

What Happens to the Economy as Our Cognitive Capabilities Expand? ~ Worth

New breakthroughs in artificial general intelligence give us hints about its potential to solve problems human minds never could. So what does that mean for [...]

Is Index Investing Truly Passive, or Actively Harmful? ~ Worth

Part one of a two-part series on why index funds help prop up an obsolete economy, and where you should be investing instead. Originally published by [...]

The (Unintended) Darker Side of John Bogle’s Legacy ~ Worth & Financial Times

The industry titan changed the way millions of people invest, but indexing has greater implications now than it did 50 years ago. Published in Worth [...]

IPCC Recommends Economy Overhaul, Markets Don’t Care (Yet)

This week’s United Nations global warming report should’ve caused an uptick in the stocks of solar and wind energy companies. So why didn’t [...]

Green Alpha Advisors’ Market Commentary – Q3 2018

In Q3 2018, we saw that the economy is functioning at a high level. It was a quarter of unusually rapid economic growth in the U.S., enough that the Fed [...]