All posts tagged: sustainability

The Moskowitz Prize moves to Kellogg

The Kellogg School of Management is now the host of the Moskowitz Prize, which is the premier global prize for research in sustainable finance and is awarded each year “to the paper best representing outstanding research on sustainable and responsible investing and the financial implications of responsible business practices in capital markets.”

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Agent of Impact Call No. 19: Green infrastructure is back on the agenda (audio)

Driven by falling price curves for renewables, mispriced risk, and the need to ramp up climate finance to avert a planetary crisis, investors are finding opportunity in distributed solar and wind plants, waste-to energy facilities, wastewater systems and sustainable agriculture.

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The Brief: Today’s Call: green infrastructure, enough impact excuses, financial health for gig workers, Chris Sacca goes lower carbon, Google’s CDFI fund

The pandemic-induced pause in greenhouse gas emissions has provided a glimpse of a low-carbon future.

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