“ExxonMobil is not going to become a clean energy company,” Eric Becker, told the Vermont Digger in a story about
Karin Chamberlain was one of the panelists in Burlington for this personal divestment seminar on May 2, 2015. Her presentation
Video interview with Shelley Alpern during Harvard Heat Week, April 2015.
Clean Yield Asset Management released this statement during Harvard Heat Week, a series of events in April 2015 bringing together
Shelley Alpern spoke to The Guardian about the limitations of shareholder engagement with fossil fuel companies.
When In These Times asked us whether shareholder activism was a winning tactic, our resident shareholder activist unsurprisingly answered in
Aided and abetted by Clean Yield’s Chief Investment Officer Eric Becker, captured in a VtDigger.Com photo looking natty in a
Vermont’s state senate is considering a bill, S.28, to require the state’s pension managers to divest retirement holdings from the world’s
Eric Becker may not be a billionaire (yet), but Fusion.Net still interviewed him anyway for this piece about which is
Bravo to the Unitarian Universalist Association, who voted in June to divest its $173 million endowment of fossil fuels over