Green Century’s Lucia von Reusner with Diane Holdorf, Chief Sustainability Officer for Kellogg Company at its annual stockholder meeting in 2014 In 2008, the Kellogg Company announced its first steps in the sustainable palm oil journey with the purchase of GreenPalm certificates. By 2011, the company was covering 100% of its palm oil purchases in…Read More
Contact: Lucia von Reusner, Green Century Capital Management, 617-482-0800, email@example.com Green Century applauds Kellogg Company’s* Commitment to Purchase Deforestation-Free Palm Oil and Raise the Bar for Industry Tuesday, February 18, 2014 BOSTON, MA – In response to a shareholder proposal filed by the Green Century Equity Fund, Kellogg Company (Kellogg’s) – one of the world’s…Read More
Media Contact: Lucia von Reusner, 617-482-0800, firstname.lastname@example.org November 11, 2013 – The Green Century Equity Fund filed a resolution urging Kellogg* to deliver on its commitments to protect threatened forests in Southeast Asia and reduce its contributions to global warming. Green Century has asked Kellogg, one of the world’s largest food processing companies, to confirm…Read More
Green Century announced that it is among the first investor signatories to Food Emissions 50, a new effort to push 50 of the highest-emitting food companies to disclose and reduce the full scope of their greenhouse gas emissions.Read More
2020 is a critical year for tracking the state of the world’s forests and intensifying private sector efforts to address deforestation in the coming decade.Read More
Green Century has been working to end the needless deforestation caused by unsustainable palm oil production since 2012 – and we’ve had a lot of success. We’ve helped secure zero-deforestation commitments from key purchasers. Engaging producers directly about the expectations of international markets is another way to put pressure on producers to adopt No Deforestation, No Peat, and No Exploitation (NDPE) practices.Read More
It was only a matter of time. As more and more financial institutions claim to be green or responsible or sustainable, eventually someone was going to ask them to prove it.
Recently, eight U.S. senators did just that. The senators sent letters to the heads of eleven investment firms, asking how they managed the environmental, social, and governance (ESG) risks related to tropical deforestation.
Green Century applauds these senators for asking appropriate questions about firms’ deforestation-linked investments. It’s equally important that individual investors start asking tough questions, too.Read More
As many of our readers know, Green Century has been working to halt deforestation in commodity supply chains for more than six years. We do this by directly engaging companies on the policies and practices necessary to eliminate deforestation from their supply chains and by leading other investors to do the same. We also go…Read More
Green Century organized investors representing $3.2 trillion in assets under management calling on the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil to uphold its standards. Contact: Marissa LaFave, Green Century Capital Management, email@example.com, 617-482-0800 BOSTON, March 27, 2018 – Institutional investors representing over $3.2 trillion in assets under management supported a letter to the Roundtable on Sustainable…Read More
Media Mentions View a selection of our most noteworthy mentions within the media: 2021 Collapse The shareholder fight that forced Apple’s hand on repair rights The Verge – November 17 A Green Century shareholder proposal played a key role in a recent announcement about Apple’s new product repair program. Apple will finally let you fix…Read More