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Commentary

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Ceres Conference 2017

Posted on Apr 26th, 2017 - By Leslie Samuelrich - 0 Comments

We're here in San Francisco to take part in the Ceres Conference. Ceres is an integral partner not only for us at Green Century, but for others as well. Whether they be members of non-governmental organizations (NGOs), part of the investment community, or the corporate community, Ceres brings multiple parties together to help address some of the most critical environmental and social issues facing our world. Given the political and regulatory environment, opportunities for individuals and businesses working to protect and improve the environment are arguably more important now than ever before.

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Media Mentions

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EXECUTIVE PERSPECTIVE: Align Investments to Your Principles

Thomson Reuters – February 2, 2016

President Leslie Samuelrich’s opinion piece that includes reflections from ESG pioneer and Green Century Funds Trustee Peter Kinder..

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Press Releases

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Information for Dr Pepper Snapple Group* (DPS) Shareholders Regarding Green Century’s 2017 Pesticide Use Shareholder Proposal

Posted on Apr 25th, 2017 - By Alex Deblois - 0 Comments

BOSTON, April 25, 2017 – The Green Century Equity Fund (Green Century) is seeking support for its shareholder proposal requesting that Dr Pepper Snapple Group (NYSE: DPS) improve disclosure and transparency regarding the company’s efforts to monitor and reduce pesticide use throughout its supply chain. The proposal focuses on pesticide use that poses risk to public health and pollinators.

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