Posted on Feb 20, 2018
In the book he co-authored -- The Clean Money Revolution -- Joel Solomon recommends that, as the trillions of dollars are being transferred from the older generation to the younger one, around the world that those funds could be converted from “damaging” use to “regenerative” use. It’s sound investment strategy.
Joel Solomon co-authored the book, The Clean Money Revolution
Joel Solomon thanked with a small, regenerative investment of a contribution to Rotary's End Polio Now fund, by Peter Podovinikoff and President Ulf Ottho
Joel Solomon is President of Renewal Partners and Chairman of Renewal Funds.  
Prior to the founding of Renewal Funds, Joel spent 14 years with Carol Newell’s activist Family Office implementing her “whole portfolio activation to mission” strategy. As Executive Director of the Endswell Foundation, he guided the spend down of a $20m endowment, leaving Tides Canada Foundation and Hollyhock as legacy charities, while supporting the success of the renowned BC environmental community.
As President and CEO of Renewal Partners’ seed capital fund, he placed over $10m into dozens of values driven companies in BC and beyond.
Joel is a Senior Advisor with RSF Social Finance and is now co-leading their ‘Integrated Capital Fellowship Program,’ a 2012 TEDxVancouver Speaker, a Founding Member of Social Venture Network (SVN), Business for Social Responsibility, and Tides Canada Foundation. He serves on the University of British Columbia Board of Governors, and as Chair of Hollyhock
Hollyhock exists to inspire, nourish and support people who are making the world better. We are a not-for-profit educational institute dedicated to personal, professional, and organizational development that advances consciousness, connection, and community toward solutions for a better future. 
Joel has received a Lifetime Achievement Award from Social Venture Network and was recently inducted, with Carol Newell, into the SVN Hall of Fame. 
Here is a link to a review of the Clean Money Revolution: