Impact Investing and Climate Change - 92Y, New York

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Impact Investing and Climate Change

Lisette Cooper, Bola Olusanya and Tenzin Seldon with moderator Howard Fischer. Introductions by Cathie Behrend and Kate Huntington
Lisette Cooper, Tenzin Seldon and Bola Olusanya

Impact investing in environmental change has come to the forefront in recent years environmental, with investors looking at more than just financial returns.

Learn how impact investing can be used as a tool to invest in green infrastructure that combats climate change, how environmental investments can have a larger impact, and about the new trends in this field as well as the legacy of this sector of impact investing.

This program is being offered as part of a series on impact giving along with:
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Lisette Cooper

Lisette Cooper, PhD, Vice Chair of Fiduciary Trust International and former CEO of Athena Capital Advisors, has over 30 years …

Tenzin Seldon

Tenzin Seldon is the Co-Founder & President of The Plant, a global home for climate solutions …

Bola Olusanya

Bola Olusanya is the Chief Investment Officer at The Nature Conservancy …

Howard Fischer

Howard Fischer is the founder and Chief Executive Officer of Basso Capital Management, L.P. …

Cathie Behrend

Cathie Behrend is the former deputy director of the Percent for Art program in the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs …

Kate Huntington

Kate Huntington, Managing Director, Head of Advisory Solutions Group, brings comprehensive investment advisory solutions …

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