The Climate Toolkit


You can approach investing sustainably in a variety of ways, such as proactively investing in specific sectors or minimizing your organization’s investment in objectionable industries. Museum, zoo and botanical garden investors have an opportunity to act as active shareholders and to engage with organizations, endowments, and donors that share similar values.

Sustainability investing and divesting efforts have far-reaching positive impacts. In addition to reduced waste and carbon emissions, these efforts also reduce anti-slavery practices in manufacturing and contributed towards gender equality initiatives. This type of investing and divesting is becoming more common: one in four dollars or 12 trillion of assets in the United States is invested in sustainable, responsible or impact-investing strategies. As Anna Raginskaya says, “Looking to sustainability is not just a matter of risk management – it is also a source of opportunity.”

Click below to read more about each goal and explore further resources. If you have any questions, please email the Climate Toolkit at

Listed below are the Investment goals of the Climate Toolkit:

Institutions Pursuing Investments Goals:

Select a CHECKBOX to filter ORGANIZATIONS that have achieved a particular goal.


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