The lowdown on divestment


You've heard the phrase "vote with your dollars" in reference to spending selectively to align with your values — it's oft used in relation to local food movements and directing capital toward small sustainable farms and the like. 
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  • Feel super about putting your money where it matters.

But there's another side to managing your money toward the causes you believe in, or against the causes you don't. It might mean something as easy as choosing a company like Calvert into which to invest your IRA money.

Or it may look more like fossil fuel divestment by contrast, meaning "dumping stocks, bonds, or investment funds that are unethical or morally ambiguous."

Learn more about that latter issue in particular at 5:30, Friday, Nov. 6 at the Tim Gill Center for Public Media

A group of panelists will present on the topic and field questions, at no cost. RSVP here

Here's a little more info:

First Affirmative Ken Jacobs
Reverend Ellen Johnson-Fay
CU student Alec Herr
Green America Fran Teplitz
Green Century Funds Erin Gray
350 Colorado Micah Parkin

Free! Stay for refreshments and networking after the presentation.

Fossil Free your Investments: You care about the planet. But, without realizing it, you may be supporting the very companies that are driving climate change. Learn how you can divest from fossil fuels and invest in a sustainable economy at a free presentation with financial experts and community leaders. Enjoy food and drinks, and plan to become inspired and educated!

350 Colorado, KCMJ Community Radio, Green Century Funds, Green America, & First Affirmative are co-sponsoring this evening of local food and meaningful dialogue about ways individuals can invest fossil free and still realize meaningful gains on your investments.

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