Trillium Testifies in Support of Boston City Fossil Fuel Divestment from Pension Funds, Cash Reserves
FEBRUARY 28, 2019: On Thursday, Trillium Asset Management joined a community of divestment, reinvestment, and socially responsible investment representatives to call on Boston city councilors to divest municipal pension funds and cash reserves from environmentally and socially destructive industries such as prisons, immigrant detention centers, and fossil fuels, sharing Trillium’s approach to sustainable and responsible investing and citing ESG integration into the investment process may produce positive financial outcomes in the long term.
Click here to read the testimony by Investment Manager Sada Geuss, who represented Trillium at the hearing.
Pictured above second from left: Sada Geuss. Photo credit: Libbie Cohn, Boston Ujima Project
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