The 16.5% vote in support for comprehensive Indigenous Rights Risk reporting signifies a sizeable amount of shareholder interest in fully understanding how the insurance company underwrites projects with human rights impacts.
We’ve worked in solidarity with the Gwich’in people, supporting efforts to protect their culture, livelihood, and the land that has sustained them since time immemorial: the coastal plain of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.
In 2022, Domini helped to advance climate and racial justice, work collaboratively towards the low-carbon transition, and enhance care for human rights in conflict-affected areas, among other initiatives. Tune in to our webinar to learn about Domini’s 2022 Impact Report!
You can now read through our latest Impact Report. We underscore how our impact investment standards, in-house research, and investor community helped to address some of 2022’s most pressing issues.
Press Release: 2022 Impact Report Highlights Action on Climate Transition, Forest Protection, and Workers’ Rights
“Encouraging companies to deepen their sustainability efforts was a focus of our work in 2022,” said Domini CEO Carole Laible. “We understand finance’s role in helping drive progress. We leveraged it to support the climate transition, safeguard nature, and promote equity.”
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.
Even one retirement contribution can help create a greener tomorrow if invested in the right mutual fund. That’s because mutual funds pool money together from a group of investors; even individual investors can help make a difference when they contribute money to a mutual fund that chooses to invest in companies who have environmental and social standards.
November 2022 Each year, the United Nations brings together leaders from almost every country for global climate summits. Creating climate action on a global scale has long been a difficult, complex challenge. Progress, so far, has been slow and hard-earned. But the UN’s yearly Conference of Parties (COP) has helped galvanize global momentum around the … Continued
The UN’s yearly Conference of Parties (COP) has helped galvanize global momentum around the goal of reducing carbon emissions and reaching net-zero by 2050. These conferences are an invaluable opportunity for nations to come together, communicate climate targets, and share their progress.