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Hi Climate Vets,
In other exciting news...
Climate Vets has taken a big step and will have a display table in the exhibit hall at the upcoming ACVIM Annual Forum in Baltimore!
So, if you'll be at the meeting, please come by and say hello at "booth" 430!
See you soon!
Exciting news about one of the largest veterinary profession organizations, the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine.
After suggestions from member diplomates last year, the ACVIM has adopted responsible investing practices for its institutional investments.
This is still a way off from fossil fuel divestment, but it's a big step in the right direction!!
The most recent ACVIM "Message from the President" opens with the following:
"The Board of Regents, following the recommendation of the Finance, Investment and Audit Committee (FIAC), voted to invest our global equity portfolios in a socially responsible manner by proactively screening for Environmental, Social and Governance issues, i.e. ESG Investing. ESG Investing seeks to own a portfolio of companies that are best in class based on scoring for performance on environment, social, and governance issues. "
Nice work ACVIM!!
I hope you had a wonderful time at the March for Science a few weeks ago!
Hundreds of thousands of people gathered in more than 600 cities across the world, and it was a great feeling to be part of that.
Here in Port Macquarie, we had nearly 60 people - pretty good considering the size of our town! Here's the coverage of our event:
Hi, my name is Angela. I'm a biologist, veterinary oncologist, mother, small business owner and climate advocate.