what i can do
(about climate change)

Movements that engage 3.5% of the population have never failed to bring about change.

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Friend, this is how you take action.

Around the world, public employees like you are leading the way for a just and sustainable transition -- serving the needs of our communities today, while building a better tomorrow.

Officials from New Zealand to New York City (plus Berlin, Copenhagen, Oslo and Stockholm) have divested their public funds + pensions from fossil fuels, while ramping up investment in sustainability projects.

In the Republican city of Georgetown, Texas, Mayor Dale Ross transitioned his city to 100% renewable energy, "because it was the right thing to do."

In the process, he secured decades of reliable + affordable green energy for 80,000 people.


And on the policy side, you can make a significant impact with just 10 energy policies across 4 economic sectors.

Ready to take action?

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This is just the beginning. The rest is up to you.

Friend, do you know what divestment actually costs?

This is the question that Jeremy Grantham, the billionaire co-founder of GMO ($118 billion in assets), sought to answer.

What did he find?

... 25 bips.

Grantham ran an experiment, identifying 10 large market groups, and measuring the performance of portfolios that excluded 1 group (like Energy). The answer surprised him so much that he ran it twice more, going back to 1925 -- and the results were the same.

Plus or minus 25 bips is the cost of your ethics. That's what [divesting] is going to do to your endowment ... and it's just as likely to be positive as it is to be minus.

How can this be?

The market prices energy extraordinarily well, so there's little to gain from fossil fuel stocks.

In fact, they are probably costing you.

According to CNBC, 48% of sustainability funds beat the S&P 500 last year -- compared to only 26% of large-cap blend funds.

Furthermore, from 1993 to 2010, Harvard Business School found that High Sustainability firms outperformed Low Sustainability firms by 40% from 1993 to 2010. ( Full Paper).

As a consequence, hundreds of the world's largest funds are divesting their holdings and re-investing capital into sustainable causes -- including BlackRock and Goldman Sachs.

Ready to dump carbon, and invest in the future?

Enter your email below, and we'll introduce you to peers who are leading divestment around the world.

Join them, and help catalyze our energy future.

Friend, this is how you make change.

Like our parents and grandparents before, we are living in a defining moment.

And in communities around the world, people are rising up to fight for our planet and future generations.

Collective action is how we won our freedom. How we built our democracy. How we marched to equality. And how we led the golden era of environmental protection in the mid-20th century.

We have friends and allies all around us -- now it's time for us to find each other, and write a new chapter.

How to Take Action

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Friend, this is how you take action.

Businesses across the world -- from local shops, to digital firms, and Fortune 500 companies -- are embracing 2 new realizations of the current moment:

1. Companies, and the people inside them, want to do more.

2. Yout customers expect you to do more.

Living up to this calling is both a challenge and an opportunity.

Fortunately, there are entire networks of firms like yours who have set a course -- and they're lending you a guiding hand.

Ready to join them?

Enter your email below, and we'll introduce you to peers and companies like yours who are leading the sustainable business movement.

This is just the beginning. The rest is up to you.

Friend, this is how you take action.

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Friend, this is how you make change.

Like generations of youths before us, we are living in a defining moment.

And in communities around the world, children + teenagers are leading the movement for our planet and future generations.

Collective action is how we won our freedom. How we built our democracy. How we marched to equality. And how we led the golden era of environmental protection in the mid-20th century.

We have friends and allies all around us -- now it's time for us to find each other, and write a new chapter.

How to Take Action

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