World Environment Day: Green investments that can earn you some green

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Highlights:
  • The focus should be on less use of fossil fuels to generate electricity to run our industries and homes.
  • Eco-friendly investments we should thrive on to earn and contribute to the environment.
  • Green investing considers reducing pollution and focuses on renewable resources.

World Environment Day is not just another calendar event which we annually commemorate and ignore for the rest of the year. This one is related to the sustainability of humans and what we leave behind for our progeny. 

During this World Environment Day, we will talk about some green, eco-friendly investment avenues that might only help us earn but also contribute to the environment.

Green investing:

Green investing refers to investment areas that consider reducing pollution and emphasize renewable resources while generating wealth.  

Pollution controls, waste management, and sustainable agriculture are key focus areas of green investing.

Today, the market has many investment opportunities that primarily focus on areas like water infrastructure.

Another evolving technology, green transportation, also helps toward a reduced usage of fossil-fuel consumption.

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Let us explore a few green investing opportunities:  

Renewable Energy:

We should move towards renewable energy to save the environment. Some of the top renewable energy sources are water, wind, and solar power. There should be less use of fossil fuels to generate electricity for our homes and run our industries. Investment opportunities are growing in this segment, where many companies are now focusing on renewable energy.

Wind power:

This sector has ample opportunities for investors who are inclined toward green investing. Wind power is the fastest-growing source of renewable energy with many investment avenues.

Solar energy:

It is a rapidly growing sector, and the market has some key players that harness solar power to manufacture and sell solar-energized items. Many companies make solar panels providing great investment opportunities to people.

Green Transportation:

This sector needs the most attention as vehicular pollution is among the worst contributor to hurting our environment. Many companies are currently involved in fuel-cell technology to develop an alternative method of powering automobiles. The success of such a technology will ease so much burden on our environment. Tesla (TSLA) is the most prominent name for green transportation.

Hydroelectricity:

One of the main sources of renewable energy is water. Hydroelectric projects have been the most cost-effective means to generate electricity. Investing in such companies is a green investing strategy.

Bottom line:

With global warming, marine pollution, Alien overpopulation, sustainable consumption, and wildlife extinction threatening human existence, it is about time we consider every day as a World Environment Day.

We should give some serious consideration to the above discussed green investment options to help the environment.

 

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