We are only a few days into 2019, but we already have a front-runner for word of the year: volatility. I know volatility can be a bit unsettling for investors, so I wanted to offer some reassuring thoughts: Remember why you invest with Green Century. You invest to save for your future and to make an impact. The market may be unpredictable but the environmental impact of your Green Century investment remains steadfast.Read More
Green Century collaborated with Aramark, one of the world’s largest food service providers, to develop a robust no-deforestation commitment to be implemented by 2025.Read More
Aramark* serves two billion meals a year in schools, hospitals, sports stadiums and more, so the environmental ramifications of Green Century’s recent engagement with the company will be substantial.
Following a meeting in Green Century’s office in Boston, Aramark agreed to develop and fully implement a no-deforestation commitment within six years. Consequently, Green Century withdrew the shareholder resolution it had filed with the company.Read More
Green Century recently filed a shareholder resolution with Domino’s Pizza, asking it to reduce the use of medically important antibiotics used in the production of the beef and pork it sources. Domino’s challenged the proposal with the SEC.Read More
After Green Century filed a shareholder resolution with the company in November, Verizon announced a new commitment to source 50% of its entire electricity usage from renewable energy sources by 2025, a significant increase for one of the country’s largest energy consumers.Read More
Green Century President Leslie Samuelrich has been reelected to the Board of Directors for the US SIF: The Forum for Sustainable and Responsible Investment.Read More
Green Century withdrew a shareholder proposal with Verizon, after the company announced a commitment to source the equivalent of 50% of its annual electricity usage from renewable sources by 2025.Read More