Pledge here to join 50,000+ investors who — on a global scale — have committed to shift their capital from fossil fuels to climate solutions.

Our investment choices can help reduce the risks of abrupt and irreversible climate change.

Protect Your Investments From Climate Risk

Learn about financial and other risks of holding fossil fuel companies. Find fossil fuel free investing tips and perspectives in our blog.

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Get Started: Investing More Responsibly

Divestment efforts internationally use a common set of tools, like the Carbon Underground 200™, to help a range of investors begin addressing their exposure to climate risk while rejecting profits from companies deepening the climate problem.

Align Investments and Values using the CU200™ and More.

Evaluate Fossil Fuel Free Investment Options

The notion that divesting from fossil fuels means lower returns is false. The true risk is in holding on to fossil fuels.

Learn about three investment styles: Active Management, Factor Investing, and Passive Management.

From Divest to ReInvest Redux

From Divest to ReInvest Redux

Our goal with this DivestInvestGuide.org platform is to bring you the best tools, resources and perspective on how to move your money out of the fossil fuel economy and into a clean and equitable energy future. Earlier this summer we were excited and honored to participate in a webinar with partners from the Climate Justice

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Myths and facts about Fossil Fuel Free Investing

Myths and facts about Fossil Fuel Free Investing

There is a lot of information – and misinformation – out there about fossil fuel free investing. Let’s dig into a few common myths about this growing investment trend that Green Century Capital Management is proud to advance. After just a few years, over 700 institutions already are in various stages of divesting more than

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Banks and the Evolving Call to Divestment Action

Banks and the Evolving Call to Divestment Action

About 5 years ago, a small group of smart and bold folks in Vermont put their heads together to launch an ambitious student-driven people’s campaign in response to climate change, taking a fundamentally financial approach. I wasn’t one of those people (hats off to the 350.org founders) but at some point in 2013, I began

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