Join us October 17th in Chicago for “Building Sustainable Value for Impact: A Wealth Management Conference”

We are at a watershed moment in history; how we approach climate change and its impacts will determine the next chapter of life on earth. The Building Sustainable Value for Impact Conference will explore how wealth managers benefit by helping to address society’s greatest challenge. Keynote Address by Jonathan Foley, Executive Director, Project Drawdown Register […]

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CURES Connections Workshop: New Voices and Paths to Urban Sustainability

Greenleaf was honored to work with the Center for Urban Resilience and Environmental Sustainability (CURES) at the University of Illinois team as part of the organizing committee on the CURES Connections Workshop: New Voices and Paths to Urban Sustainability on August 7th and 8th. Participants at the event included municipalities (from rural to large urban), […]

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Greenleaf partners present on Climate Change and Economic Policy – Transitioning to a Secure Future

Greenleaf hosted “Climate Change and Economic Policy – Transitioning to a Secure Future” with presentations by partners and board members on the impacts of climate change to society and the urgency to implement solutions to mitigate its effects supported by economic policy including a carbon dividend approach. Dr. Don Wuebbles, Professor of Atmospheric Science at […]

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Sustainable Waters – A Water Plan for the 22nd Century – Austin 100-year water plan

Brian Richter, President of Sustainable Waters and Greenleaf Board Member, writes on his blog on the City of Austin’s 100-year water plan. The Water Forward plan looks to provide clean, safe, reliable, high quality, sustainable, and affordable water services to Austin for the next 100+ years. The objectives in developing this plan were water reliability, […]

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Brian Richter – The Great Race Between Water Conservation and Climate Change

Brian Richter, President of Sustainable Waters and Greenleaf Board Member, writes on his blog the importance of water conservation in the face of climate change. Increasing temperatures will create greater demands on water for agricultural and landscape irrigation. In a 2017 paper titled “Opportunities for saving and reallocating agricultural water to alleviate water scarcity” Brian […]

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An Assessment of the Impacts of Climate Change on the Great Lakes released today

An Assessment of the Impacts of Climate Change on the Great Lakes released today March 21, 2019 Today Greenleaf Board member, Dr. Don Wuebbles, released “An Assessment of the Impacts of Climate Change on the Great Lakes,” which he led with many Scientists and Experts from Universities and Institutions in the Great Lakes Region, sponsored […]

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