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May
17
2017

Can Chopping Down Redwoods Be Sustainable?

Wait. Logging? Redwoods? Wouldn’t that make famed preservationist John Muir turn over in his grave? How, a skeptic might ask, could this be considered impact investing?...

May
8
2017

Philanthropy & the mainstreaming of impact investing

"Mission-oriented institutions are nervous at present and are looking for other ways in which to support their endeavors. That is driving new product development," says Liz Sessler in a contemplative article about philanthropy, impact, and timing....

Apr
27
2017

You think you are a good multitasker? Check out these folks

A correspondent for The Boston Globe, Isvari Mohan, interviewed three polymaths (people accomplished in or talented in multiple fields) "to get a better idea on how to be a good one." At the top of her list is Matthew Weatherley-White, who has "raced internationally in biking, skiing, and running, has sports and technology patents, is an adventurer, trained chef, musician, published poet, and runs an investing company."...

Apr
21
2017

Sorenson Impact hosts Weatherley-White for Metrics Discussion

Matthew Weatherley-White sits down with Nick Fritz from the Sorenson Impact Center for an illuminating chat about impact metrics and risk....

Mar
29
2017

On the Road Again…

In my last blog post, I talked about my travels to San Diego, where I had the opportunity to learn more about that community’s emergent interest in impact investing. Since then, I traveled to conferences in New Orleans and Denver, to engage with some of the most active foundations (Confluence Philanthropy) and angel investors (Investors Circle) in the impact investment industry. I believe I was the only person to attend both events, so I thought I’d share a few reflections.

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