Putting Money to Work to Stop Climate Change

Are your investments contributing to the solutions or still part of the problem?

The Episcopal Church has spotlighted climate concerns as part of the Episcopal mission. Presiding Bishop Michael Curry has framed the four key values of the Church as evangelism, racial reconciliation, the environment and inclusivity.

JoAnn Hanson, Church Investment Group’s President and Chief Executive Officer, writes in the Spring 2018 edition of The Episcopal New Yorker, the official news publication of the Episcopal Diocese of New York about using investments to be conscientious stewards of the environment.

Read the full article to learn more about how organizations can use environmental, social, and governance (ESG) investing to address climate change, and how the Diocese of New York worked with Church Investment Group to structure a portfolio to minimize exposure to fossil fuel, tobacco, and firearms companies.