Cary Krosinsky (LinkedIn | Website) is the Co-Founder of the Sustainable Finance Institute and the Carbon Tracker Initiative. He has co-published seven books on sustainable finance and investing. Cary has undertaken teaching and research roles at several universities including Columbia University, Brown University, Yale University, Concordia University, New York University, and University of Maryland. He has consulted the likes of the UN Principles of Responsible Investing, KPMG, Robeco, and UN Environment Programme. Cary was recently a Sustainability Advisor for the SPAC transaction of The Metals Company and a member of the New York State Common Retirement Fund Decarbonization Advisory Panel. He previously studied Computer Science at Hofstra University and was a Senior Vice President at S&P Global TruCost.
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Cary’s journey from working with big data for major institutional investors to researching and teaching Sustainable Finance.
Early days of Sustainable Finance research (2007-08). Experience with co-Founding Carbon Tracker Initiative and publishing 1st book.
The Long and Necessary Death of Socially Responsible Investing.
Evolutions in Sustainable Investing: Strategies, Funds, and Thought Leadership (2011).
Examples of Prominent ETFs and Mutual Funds.
Climate Tech VC Newsletter and SPACs.
How Private Equity and Hedge Funds can delve into Sustainable Finance.
Sustainable Real Estate: Multiple Approaches to an Evolving System (2019).
The State of Sustainable Finance in the United States (2016).
Overview of the Sustainable Finance Institute.
Importance of Asia in the future of Sustainable Finance.
Modern China: Financial Cooperation for Solving Sustainability Challenges (2020).
U.S. - China Climate Finance Relations.
Closing question: Advice to Academics and Youth interested in Sustainable Finance.
Note: This podcast is for informational purposes only and should not be considered as investment advice. The interview took place on 1st December 2021.