Wednesday, November 5, 2014 -
3:30pm to 5:00pm
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Harvard Business School, Hawes 101, 37 Harvard Way, Allston

Engaged Investment & Climate Change Conference

How can investors help shape an effective response to the challenge of climate change? Some have argued that one potentially powerful lever is for institutions such as Harvard to divest from fossil fuel companies, while others have argued that a policy of direct engagement is likely to be more effective. We invite you to join this lively discussion among faculty and experts in the field, and decide for yourself! Harvard ID required.

Hosted by the HBS Business & Environment Initiative, the HBS Finance Club, and the HBS Energy & Environment Club
· Joshua Coval – HBS Professor of Business Administration, Finance Unit
· Rebecca Henderson – Harvard University Professor and Co-chair of the Business & Environment Initiative
Industry experts:
· Chris Davis – Director of Investor Programs at Ceres; chief of staff of the Investor Network on Climate Risk
· Bob Massie – Co-founder of the Global Reporting Initiative; author, priest, politician; divestment activist
· Timothy Smith – Director of ESG Shareholder Engagement at Walden Asset Management
· Robert Zevin – Founder, Zevin Asset Management

Contact Name: 

Melissa Paschall

Research Areas: 

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Center for the Environment

Address: 26 Oxford Street, 4th Floor, Cambridge
Phone: (617) 495-0368

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