The Rockefeller Family Offloads Its Oil Holdings
April 01, 2015
But the Rockefellers’ entry into the clean-energy business hasn’t exactly produced a series of gushers. “We’re finding that the process of divesting is actually the easier part of the equation,” Heintz concedes. The foundation has invested in just two environmental-impact funds since the announcement: $15 million to Turner Impact Capital, which invests in affordable “green” housing, and a $15 million commitment to Al Gore’s Generation Climate Solutions fund.