Terra Verde

Terra Verde – June 17, 2011

Some say money is the root of all evil, but today Terra Verde explores forms of financial environmentalism that suggest otherwise.

Woody Tasch explains Slow Money–a proposition that investors steer capital into their local, sustainable food systems, while Dan Apfel illustrates how students can use the power of their colleges’ and universities’ endowments to promote a healthier planet and stronger communities.

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