The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), started in 2015, provide a shared blueprint for peace and prosperity for people and the planet by ending poverty, improving health and education, reducing inequality, and spurring economic growth while addressing climate change and working to preserve our oceans and forests, by the year 2030.
With Thanksgiving and other holidays just around the corner, we wanted to take this opportunity to appreciate all the good we have going for us, as a company. Vanderbilt continues to grow, thrive and be successful, because of a variety of factors. We also have things to be thankful for outside of the Financial Industry, from a societal and global perspective. Let us reflect on all that we are thankful for....
In 2015, the United Nations decided to release their Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs,) a "blueprint to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all." One of the outcomes desired with the institution of the SDGs is to create a clean, better and more sustainable environment for future generations.
It's Earth Day 2022 and it's a day that has us reflecting on what we can do to help the earth and our environment for us and future generations. This is a sentiment that has become increasingly prevalent in many different fields and can be something that is incorporated into people's portfolios and financial decisions.
If you’ve read our latest blog introducing World Tree and their Eco-Tree Program, you may be wondering: why the Empress Splendor? Can’t any tree “do the trick” when it comes to fighting climate change?
The answer is simple: this tree is special. Read more to find out why the Empress Splendor tree, also known as the Paulownia tree, is the tree of choice for this program.