Vehicle makers must put climate change specialists on their boards, engage better with policy-makers, and invest more heavily in low-emission cars, says a network of 250 global investors with assets of more than $24trillion.
Unrequited Love – Corporate CSR Reports and Bay Street Investors (Part II – Bringing government into the relationship)
A great question from one of the attendees, Krystin Annis of Canadians for Clean Prosperity, “Should capital markets be required to conduct sustainability analysis or should it all be about price signals?"
Dr. Kiernan challenged the audience to imagine a world where investors universally recognize the merits of an approach that considers environmental and social governance (ESG) as one that is unambiguously the right thing for the environment, for people and for investments.
Dr. Matthew Kiernan's presentation at the Toronto Sustainability Speaker Series on Oct. 9, 2012 emphasized the need for a new approach to investing--one that takes into account the full spectrum of risks and rewards in a changing world.
Wall Street: The New Driver for a Sustainable World? A unique opportunity to learn, discuss and debate with one of the world's foremost thinkers on sustainable investing. Is Wall Street beginning to drive tra...