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Calvert Impact Capital has been making impact investable for over 25 years. Check out some of the recent news coverage of our products and services.
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We're offsetting the carbon emissions of our new offices and commuting staff by partnering with 8 Billion Trees, a small business that runs large-scale planting operations in the Amazon rainforest.
In 2015, DC Water proposed using parks, plants, and permeable pavements strategically distributed to absorb some stormwater runoff and prevent overflow. This municipal bond funded the idea.
Lendable Inc., a leading emerging market fintech credit provider, is targeting a ground-breaking $100 million closed-ended fund focused on emerging and frontier market fintech investments.
Everyday investors, as well as large asset managers and institutions, are flocking to ESG and impact investing. As many as 95% of millennials are interested in investing sustainably.
The combined health, economic, and social justice crises triggered by the coronavirus pandemic created a surge of awareness in the U.S. around the need to invest in underserved communities.
The SOAR Fund will focus on the south. They want to make sure the Black, Hispanic and Native American communities in the south are getting the help they need for their businesses.
Many people still don’t know what CDFIs are or how to use them. An overview of CDFIs and some useful resources for how you can use them to align your desire for social justice with your investing.
There are many more ways to incorporate environmental, social, and governance investing into client portfolios than just mutual funds, and one of them has been around for decades.
One in three small businesses is on the edge and may not survive the next three months without help. The California Rebuilding Fund will make low-interest loans to help small businesses survive.
Impact investments generate specific, positive and measurable environmental, social and/or good governance outcomes, oftentimes with market-rate financial returns.
DC Water pioneered the nation’s first EIB bond offering in 2016 when it sold a $25-million, tax-exempt EIB in a private placement to the Goldman Sachs Urban Investment Group and Calvert Foundation