Investors make $18 million bet on plant-based shrimp

Investors make $18 million bet on plant-based shrimp

THE DAILY FRAY
January 8, 2021 9:00 am

There are thousands of species of shrimp in the world that contribute to a $9 billion commercial market. Loosely classified, there are pink, white, brown and red shrimp. Now there’s one more: Plant-based shrimp. But don’t choke on your scampi yet. MORE-»
On Wall Street, green is good, green is right, green works

On Wall Street, green is good, green is right, green works

By JOHN HOWELL The Daily Fray
January 5, 2021 9:00 am

Environmental guardians and Wall Street investors probably seem like an odd couple. But both are about the long run. Each benefits from a changing landscape in climate awareness, personal values, and goals. And from 2014 to 2020, investments in the U.S. considered socially responsible grew from $6.6 trillion to $17.1 trillion. MORE-»
Wait ... Did Mexico just legalize pot?

Wait ... Did Mexico just legalize pot?

THE DAILY FRAY
November 5, 2018 5:28 pm

Cinco. The number is significant under Mexican law and for recreational marijuana advocates and potpreneurs who might be wondering if they can spark up in Cancun this morning: Did Mexico just legalize recreational marijuana? MORE-»
As Florida lights up with solar, is clean drinking water out of style?

As Florida lights up with solar, is clean drinking water out of style?

By JOHN HOWELL The Daily Fray
November 24, 2017 9:45 pm

For many green-friendly investors who are looking to do right for Florida, businesses involving solar energy and cannabis are shiny stars in their financial telescopes. So is clean drinking water in a state that grew by more than 1,000 new residents each day in 2016 suddenly out of style? MORE-»
For analysts and investors, going green is making sense

For analysts and investors, going green is making sense

THE DAILY FRAY
November 6, 2017 5:53 pm

With growing concern about carbon emissions, global warming, and sustainable products, individual investors who are guided by environmental ethics are no longer lone rangers. The eco sector is still a specialty, for sure, but going green is an increasingly popular strategy, analysts say. MORE-»

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» AN ASTONISHING 22 separate weather and climate disasters costing more than $1 billion each occurred in the US in 2020, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration says.