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Forests and Preservation

Domini’s work on conservation of forest ecosystems and their biodiversity.

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    Sharing Perspectives: Our team talks food, forests, and sustainable solutions

    A discussion between Shin Furuya, our Director of Impact Strategy and in-house expert on the future of food, and Mary Cobble, an Investment Analyst at Domini  Despite the rapid changes and new advancements happening around us, one cornerstone of our society feels like it has failed to keep pace: our food systems. One in ten…

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    All Hands on Deck—Forests and Holistic Action

    In this article, we discuss the importance of forests, the threats they currently face, and how they impact us.

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    At COP15, Investors Announce Nature Action 100 to Tackle Nature Loss and Biodiversity Decline  

    Participating investors will focus on mobilizing companies deemed to be systemically important to the goal of reversing nature and biodiversity loss by 2030; the initiative is encouraging investor signatories to participate ahead of its spring 2023 formal launch.

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  • Domini Signs Finance for Biodiversity Pledge

    October 2020 Protecting biodiversity is a key component of Domini’s Forest Project , and the role of finance in doing so is a major focus. That’s why Domini is proud to join 25 global financial institutions representing $3 trillion in assets under management in signing the Finance for Biodiversity Pledge, a commitment to protect biodiversity…

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    Forest Positive Leadership – a conversation with Chief Almir Narayamoga Surui

    September 2020 As the Brazilian Amazon forests continue to be menaced by fires and acts of illegal deforestation, one of Brazil’s and South America’s most respected thought leaders, Chief Almir Narayamoga Surui , from the Paiter-Surui tribe, gives us an inside view of the current situation, including the arrival of Covid-19 virus to his community,…

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    Focusing on Forests

    Companies Drive Deforestation. Investors: Getting to Forest-Positive Most tropical deforestation is driven by just four commodities: palm oil, cattle, soy, and wood products. These products are produced and bought by major corporations and find their way into our everyday lives. With fires raging in the Amazon and Indonesia, as well as Australia and California, many…

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