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Universities and Impact Investing

Younger Alums and Students Push to Do More

Millennials and Gen Zers are fed up with the mess earlier generations have left them. They see a climate emergency that’s crying out for immediate – and substantial -- action. In addition, they fear today’s social and economic injustices will rip the nation apart if not effectively addressed. These younger generations are turning to impact investing as a powerful way to address the environmental and social problems handed to them by older generations. According to a survey by Morgan Stanley, 95% of all Millennials are interested in sustainable investing and 67% have made at least one sustainable investment. Moreover, they want…
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Craig Jonas is founder and CEO of CoPeace, a sustainable investing holding company building a portfolio of for-profit companies with measurable social and environmental impact.

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