Sustainable Finance

31 January 2023 -
2 February 2023

Speakers Include

Finance Unep Initiative
iClima Earth
Marsh McLennan
Shelton Capital Management
Solas capital
ninety one logo
Chrysalix Venture Capital
Climate Risk Partners
Norrsken logo

Event Overview

The funding of the energy transition will require coordination between commercial banks, asset managers, the pension and insurance industries and governments. There needs to be a pragmatic approach taking into account the urgency for change and the practicalities that the global economy needs to function efficiently.

Open dialogue is required to ensure that systemic energy failures like we see in the EU are not repeated to the detriment of all citizens. Sustainable finance must be at the forefront of ending greenwashing and ensuring solutions for utilising capital for true impact. Our three-day virtual forum will explore all the issues and solutions for the most basic question. How can the financing of sustainability improve for the good of all?

We covered six verticals over three days, touching every facet of financing the energy transition and decarbonization, and we welcome your participation.


Thursday, 2 February

1pm GMT | 8am EST | 7am CT | 5am PST
Solar ETFs
Which ways are ETFs used to invest in the solar energy sector. What types of Solar ETFs are available? What is the performance of Solar ETFs and the factors driving their returns. How do Solar ETFs fit into the broader climate ETFs offering, how does their performance compare with other climate ETF sectors?
Gabriela Herculano - CEO iClima; Stephen Derkash - EQM’s Global and ESG Product initiatives Lead, EQM Indexes
2pm GMT | 9am EST | 8am CT | 6am PST
A New Era in Sustainability
Redwheel, like many global asset managers, is constantly evolving its sustainability practices as it strives to keep up with the complexities of the regulatory landscape and the values of its clients. Stephanie Kelly, Head of Thematic Sustainability Research, discusses the firm’s evolution and how Redwheel has taken sustainability to the forefront of its business strategy
Stephanie Kelly - Head of Greenwheel, Redwheel
3pm GMT | 10am EST | 9am CT | 7am PST
Explaining Carbon Avoided (or Scope 4)
With a growing emphasis on companies contribution to decarbonisation, it is important that investors consider not only a company’s scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions, but their Carbon Avoided (or Scope 4). Sam Anthony, equity analyst at Ninety One, will explain how to think about Carbon Avoided and its role in helping identify those companies able to benefit from the structural growth opportunity linked to decarbonisation.
Sam Anthony - Equity Analyst, Ninety One
5pm GMT | 12pm EST | 11am CT | 9am PST
Recalibrating the Operating Model of Global Asset Managers
Guido Moret, is Director at PwC Consulting, focusing on Sustainable Finance. We look at the big picture and discuss the changes required in the asset management/pension industry required to cover the $100tn funding gap to meet the 2050 Paris targets.
Guido Moret - Director, PwC Consulting
8pm GMT | 3pm EST | 2pm CT | 12pm PST
An honest appraisal on Capital for Impact
When many capital allocators believe words are nothing more than marketing slogans to gather assets and fees, the Asset Management Industry has done a disservice, losing sight of the true intention of impact investing. When skepticism over the true intention of investment managers prevails, there needs to be a collective effort to win back the trust of retail and institutional investors alike. It starts with a critical assessment of progress and how truly impactful our investments are.
Bruce Kahn, Ph.D. - Senior Portfolio Manager, Shelton Sustainable Equity Fund; Ulysses Smith - ESG Senior Adviser, Debevoise & Plimpton LLP

Speakers & Moderators

Samuel Anthony Ninety One
Samuel Anthony
Equity Analyst
Ninety One
Sam is an analyst in the Sustainable Equity team within Multi-Asset at Ninety One. He joined the team in 2018 and his primary responsibility is the coverage of environmental sectors. In addition to his focus on decarbonisation, he has been instrumental in the development of the team’s analysis of externalities. Prior to joining the firm, Sam was part of the investment team at Arbuthnot Latham and began his career as a Geologist working for Roy Hill and Hancock Prospecting in Australia. He graduated from Durham University with a Bachelor of Science (Hons) degree in Geology in 2011. Sam is a CFA® Charterholder and holds the Investment Management Certificate (IMC). Sam has earned a Master’s Degree in Sustainability Leadership from the University of Cambridge.
Gabriela Herculano - CEO iClima
Gabriela Herculano
CEO & Co-Founder
iClima Earth
Gaby has over 25 years’ experience in finance and in energy. She started her career in equity research, covering the Latin American electric utility sector at Lehman Brothers. After business school she moved into the buy side, where she worked at greenfield project finance and M&A at energy developer AES Corporation and as an Executive Director at GE Capital’s Energy Financial Services team in London. When structuring private equity infrastructure investments her primary focus was on renewable energy assets across Europe, having invested into solar and onshore wind, and screened several opportunities also in offshore wind. Gaby combines solid fundamental analysis skills with energy industry knowledge. Moreover, she has been involved with sustainable development since 1992 when she attended the UNFCCC Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro. Gaby earned her MBA from Wharton in 2002.
David Carlin UNEP-FI
David Carlin
Head of Climate Risk and TCFD
David Carlin is an acknowledged authority on climate change and its implications for the financial system. He is the founder of Cambium Global Solutions, an advisor to governments, corporates, and financial institutions on climate and ESG topics. He has authored numerous reports that provide practical tools for financial actors looking to address climate change and has run capacity-building programs for financial institutions and supervisors around the world. He leads UNEP FI’s climate risk programs and has worked with over 100 global banks, investors, and insurers on climate scenarios, climate risk assessments, and climate governance. He is an advisor to UNEP FI’s TNFD pilot program exploring nature and biodiversity related risks and impacts. He has also been a technical advisor to the Glasgow Financial Alliances for Net Zero (GFANZ). He is a contributor to Forbes, where he writes about climate change and leadership. David has worked as a Principal in Finance, Risk, and Public Policy for Oliver Wyman and in Model Risk Management for PNC Bank. His background is in quantitative modeling and decision science.
Sebastian Carneiro Solas Capital
Sebastian Carneiro
Managing Partner
Solas Capital
Sebastian Carneiro is the Co-Founder and Managing Partner of Solas Capital AG, a Switzerland and Ireland based fund advisor. Solas Capital advises the Solas Sustainable Energy Fund, a regulated €220 million investment fund which partners with technology firms, project developers and energy service companies (“ESCOs”) to facilitate the funding of energy efficiency infrastructure projects. Sebastian was formerly a Director at Europe’s largest private energy efficiency fund and has over 11 years’ experience in structuring and financing energy efficiency and energy infrastructure projects. He previously worked at HSH Nordbank.
Sara Chamberlain Energy Foundry
Sara Chamberlain
Co-Founder and Managing Director
Energy Foundry
Sara is Co-Founder & Managing Director at Energy Foundry, an early-stage venture capital firm which has backed some of the most transformative energy and cleantech companies. Sara is the driving force of the firm, leading investment activity and actively building the fund’s portfolio companies, including Advanced Diamond Technologies (acquired by SMIN), Azumo, e-Zinc, Intellihot, NanoGraf, Network Perception, Polystyvert, Tank Utility (acquired by Generac), and Volexion. Prior to Energy Foundry, Sara built a government advisory practice at Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati and helped climate tech startups raise $300M in non-dilutive funding. She also held roles with GE Energy and environmental consulting firm, GaiaTech. Sara earned an MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, and an undergraduate degree from Emory University. She also holds a number of advisory roles including serving on the Investment Committee for accelerator Evergreen Climate Innovations, the Advisory Board for Chain Reaction Innovations, an incubator program at Argonne National Laboratory, and serving as an Executive-in-Residence at the Rustandy Center – Chicago Booth. In 2015, Sara was recognized by Midwest Energy News “40 Under 40.”
Eric Cooperström - Manulife
Eric Cooperström
Managing Director, Impact Investing and Natural Capital Solutions
ManuLife Investment Management
Eric Cooperström, Managing Director, Impact Investing and Natural Climate Solutions, is responsible for developing timberland and agriculture products that deliver on Manulife Investment Management’s sustainability and responsible investing priorities. In this role, he is directly involved in developing Manulife IM’s carbon and climate investment strategy, supporting new business development and providing market intelligence and leadership. Prior to joining Manulife IM in 2021, Eric was a Senior Director with NatureVest, the impact investing arm of The Nature Conservancy, where he led asset management and led investment committee review of new transactions. Before joining TNC in 2016, Eric was a Principal with The Skoll Foundation, a private foundation focused on social entrepreneurship, where he led program related and follow-on investments. Eric holds an MA in International Economics and International Relations from the School of Advanced International Studies at Johns Hopkins University and a BS in Economics from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.
Stephen Derkash EQM INDEXES
Stephen Derkash
EQM’s Global and ESG Product initiatives Lead
EQM Indexes
Mr. Derkash leads EQM’s Global and ESG Product initiatives. He has over twenty years of global portfolio management, investment banking and equity research experience, and has worked as a Portfolio Manager at Millennium Management, a $40 billion hedge fund, and at UBS Asset Management. He is the Founder of BlueRunner Global Advisors, a boutique investment advisory firm focused on emerging markets equity investing, and prior to Millennium and UBS, Stephen worked with Nicholas-Applegate Capital Management, in sell-side research with a leading European bank in Brazil, and on the emerging markets investment banking team at Lehman Brothers in New York. He holds an MBA from Wharton, an MA in International Studies from the University of Pennsylvania’s Lauder Institute, and a BA from Georgetown University.
Brooke Tucker - ManuLife
Brooke Tucker-Reid
Global Head of ESG Strategy & Reporting
As Global Head of ESG Strategy & Reporting, Brooke Tucker-Reid leads Manulife’s global ESG reporting and disclosure strategy and strategic initiatives such as target setting and the company’s internal ESG governance structure, as well as oversight for its sustainability communications strategy. Supported by a team of phenomenal professionals, this work includes managing the annual ESG Report informed by several voluntary reporting frameworks (i.e. SASB, TCFD, GRI), ESG performance data, reporting and data governance, policy and position statement development, and responses to ESG rating agencies. Previous to her current role, Brooke led impact-related external communications for eight years on Manulife’s Global Communications team. Brooke has also held communications positions at Rogers Communications Inc. and Fairmont Hotels and Resorts. She holds an honours B.A. from the University of Toronto in Journalism. She is also a member of the IFRS Foundation’s ISSB Technical Working Group.
Maria Filmanovic - Abatable
Maria Eugenia Filmanovic
Maria is a co-founder of Abatable. Prior to Abatable, she worked as a Vice President at Goldman Sachs and advised large corporates and institutional investors on nature-based carbon removal and impact investment portfolios, most recently focused on work around carbon procurement.
Taryn Goodman - Sandbox Sustainability Ventures
Taryn Goodman
Sandbox Sustainability Ventures
Taryn Goodman Gallery is a Partner for Cultivian Sandbox and Sandbox Sustainability Ventures, where she sits on the board of Cooks Venture.  Prior to Cultivian Sandbox and Sandbox Sustainability Ventures, Taryn was the Food & Agriculture Sector Lead for TPG’s Rise Fund where she was responsible for leading the group’s global food and agriculture investment strategy, with a focus on global agribusinesses. In her role, Taryn sourced investments, executed transactions, and advised portfolio companies. Prior to TPG, Taryn spent years working in the impact investing space and held leadership positions at NatureVest, The Nature Conservancy’s impact investing unit, and at RSF Social Finance. Taryn holds a BS from Cornell University and an MBA from Cornell University’s Johnson School of Management where she helped launch BR MicroCapital, the first MBA student-managed microfinance fund, and was a Park Leadership Fellow.
Sasha Brown - Ecosystem Integrity Fund
Sasha Brown
Ecosystem Integrity Fund
Sasha Brown is a Partner at the Ecosystem Integrity Fund. Her responsibilities include investment due diligence, strategy development, process management, deal sourcing, and portfolio company support. She assists with system and sector analysis, firm operations, and financial structuring. Sasha serves as a board director at Ambient Photonics, For Days, Upflex, The Eighth Notch, and Opti, and is an observer on the board of Bluon and Energicity. Prior to joining EIF, Sasha was a Principal at NewWorld Capital Group, where she co-led investments of more than $100M into growth-oriented companies in residential solar, diesel pollution reduction, and power electronics. Her deals included SolarEdge Technologies, which had a successful IPO in 2015, and Astrum Solar, which was sold to Direct Energy. Drawing on her industry background, Sasha developed specialized expertise with respect to solar, the built environment, HVAC, circular economy, green consumer products, and environmental consulting and engineering. Before joining NewWorld, Sasha worked in J.P. Morgan’s Natural Resources Group, and previously for Environmental Capital Partners, a private equity firm investing in middle market companies in the environmental industry. Prior to Environmental Capital Partners, Sasha worked at Atelier Ten, an environmental design firm providing consulting services to the building industry. At Atelier Ten, she focused on building energy models to optimize the energy cost and consumption patterns of buildings. She also worked on general environmental design consulting, including systems performance analysis, benchmarking, and strategic sustainability planning. Sasha received a BSc in Environmental Engineering from Yale University and holds an MBA from the Yale School of Management. While at Yale, she Co-Chaired the university’s Private Equity Conference and completed a research thesis evaluating sustainability metric systems for the built environment. Sasha grew up raising plants and animals with her father. In her free time, she is still happiest working in her garden or otherwise enjoying the outdoors with her husband and three children.
Christian zu Jeddeloh - Norrsken VC
Christian zu Jeddeloh
Impact Investor
Norrsken VC
Christian joined the Investment Team of Norrsken VC in 2022. Norrsken VC is a leading European early-stage impact VC which has the belief that entrepreneurs building rapidly scalable businesses are our best bet to solving the hardest and biggest problems of our time. Prior to Norrsken, Christian worked at atai Life Sciences, a biotech platform that develops novel therapies for a wide variety of mental health disorders. Here, he worked in the Investment & Venture Management department and was part of the IPO team that brought the company to the NASDAQ in June 2021. Christian has a degree in business and economics from the Frankfurt School of Finance & Management.
Bruce Kahn Senior Portfolio Manager, Shelton Green Alpha Fund
Bruce Kahn, Ph.D.
Senior Portfolio Manager
Shelton Sustainable Equity Fund
Dr. Bruce Kahn is the lead portfolio manager of the Shelton Sustainable Equity Fund. Previously, Bruce was responsible for delivering technical advice to investors on MSCI’s ESG and Climate Solutions tools and data sets for investment decision making, risk management, reporting and engagement. His previous 18 years of work experience included portfolio management and other responsibilities at firms such as Citibank, Deutsche Bank, Macquarie Global Inc., and Sustainable Insight Capital Management. Dr. Kahn earned a PhD in Land Resources from University of Wisconsin, Madison, an MS in Fisheries and Allied Aquacultures from Auburn University, and a BA in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology from the University of Connecticut. Bruce served as an Agriculture Extension Agent in the United States Peace Corps in the Republic of Cameroon, (1989-1993), as a Fulbright Scholar in Israel from 1999-2001 and has been teaching courses in Sustainable Finance, Statistics and Agriculture as an adjunct professor at Columbia University’s Earth Institute since 2012.
Stephanie Kelly Redwheel
Stephanie Kelly
Head of Thematic Sustainability Research
Stephanie Kelly was appointed Head of Thematic Sustainability Research in May 2022. Her mission at Redwheel is to build out an innovative and engaging thematic sustainability research team to support the company's sustainability agenda. She began her career within the investment industry in 2014 and prior to joining Redwheel, Stephanie was the Deputy Head of the abrdn Research Institute, where she led on macro ESG and political risk research. She holds a BA(Hons) in Economics and Politics and an MSc in International Relations from Trinity College Dublin.
Josh Kaufman - Nexus Development Capital 
Josh Kaufman
President & Co-founder
Nexus Development Capital
Josh Kaufman is the President and co-founder of Nexus Development Capital (NDC), an investment vehicle designed to capitalize low carbon infrastructure projects under development. NDC’ is partnered with Nexus PMG, a business dedicated to providing development, operations, and finance expertise to projects that reduce carbon intensity and enhance resource efficiency. Prior to NDC, Josh was an infrastructure investor at QIC, an Australian asset manager, and prior to QIC was in the M&A team at GE Power. Josh holds a BA in Math and Economics from Williams College.
Alicia Lenis - Chrysalix Venture Capital
Alicia Lenis
Vice President
Chrysalix Venture Capital
Alicia is a Vice President at Chrysalix based in Vancouver. She works on investment thesis development, deal sourcing, due diligence, and portfolio management. A long-time industrial technology enthusiast, Alicia has over 15 years of experience working with industrial companies in both technical and management roles. Since her early career days, Alicia has been interested in our world’s energy challenge and the need for an energy transition. Before joining Chrysalix, Alicia worked as a Case Team Leader for Bain & Company in London, UK, leading teams to help companies with their toughest business problems including strategy, organisation, go-to-market/sales excellence, merger integrations and transformations. She started her career at one of Canada’s largest marine shipping company, across operational and technical roles, including environmental technology strategy. Alicia has worked in North America, Europe, and China. She holds an MBA and a MS in Mechanical Engineering from MIT, where she was a Leaders of Global Operations Fellow, focused on Energy and Environment, and served a 6-month internship with ABB. She is also a Professional Engineer and holds a Bachelor of Applied Science in Mechanical Engineering with Distinction from the University of British Columbia in Vancouver. She serves as a Board Director with Chrysalix portfolio companies Rithmik and MineSense and as Board Observer with Chrysalix portfolio companies Novamera and VerAI. She represents Chrysalix on the National Renewable Energy Lab’s (NREL) Investor Advisory Board. Alicia is a Kauffman Fellow, a global network for venture capital leaders.
Jan Lozek - Future Energy Ventures
Jan Lozek
Founding and Managing Partner
Future Energy Ventures
Jan Lozek is the founding and managing partner of Future Energy Ventures GmbH and played an integral part in setting-up and building one of Europe´s largest energy transition VC. Jan is Board member of several portfolio companies and trusted advisor to the top leadership team of E.ON within the area of innovation, transformation and venture. Jan is working for more than 20 years in the energy sector. Built and experienced, diverse and very strong team with a 90+ years of investment experience and 100 years of experience in the energy sector. Invested across 51 deals aligned with go-forward strategy, currently value at €368M. Inspired more than 120 collaborations between portfolio-start-ups and E.ON or other Network partners, which contributed to top-and bottom-line growth on both sides.
Aadith Moorthy Boomitra
Aadith Moorthy
CEO & Founder
Aadith is transforming the future of carbon markets with advanced AI and satellite technology. Aadith’s accolades include TechCrunch Top Founder in AI, recipient of the Agtech Breakthrough Award, and North American winner of the 2020 Ericsson Innovation Award for radical climate solutions. He is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Materials Science from Stanford University, where he researches novel energy storage devices to help the world transition to renewable energy. He also holds an MS in Materials Science from Stanford, where he was a Stanford Knight-Hennessy Scholar, as well as a double major in Materials Science and Computer Science from the California Institute of Technology.
Guido Moret - PWC
Guido Moret
Guido is a Director in PwC’s ESG Transformation Consulting practice, in which he is the lead for Asset & Wealth Management. Both his professional and academic career have been focused on bringing finance and sustainability together. From the early 2000’s to today, he has seen the market evolve dramatically, from the two concepts being considered as virtually incompatible, to sustainable finance becoming a mainstream topic. Guido brings experience from consultancy and as a practitioner in the field. Prior to joining PwC, Guido was Head of Sustainable Investment at the fixed income department of the Dutch asset manager Robeco, and has previously worked at EY. Guido has worked with consultancy clients to overcome these challenges and has led a cross-departmental project team for Robeco’s Executive Committee, for the implementation of sustainable finance legislation firm-wide. Being able to work across different departments is key in being to deliver change to the organization, necessary to respond to today’s demands. Guido graduated cum laude in the top 3% of his class from the Rotterdam School of Management in a double Master’s degree program in finance and sustainability related specializations
Bill Nussey - Engage
Bill Nussey
Bill Nussey is a partner with the Engage and Tech Square Venture firms. He has spent most of his career as a tech CEO, helping lead several startups to successful exits including an IPO. His companies have created thousands of jobs and billions in shareholder value. He also worked at Greylock as a venture capitalist. After selling his marketing tech company Silverpop to IBM, he was promoted to VP Corp Strategy to help lead IBM’s global strategy for their CEO and SVPs. Bill’s passion for climate technologies started with a TED talk which grew into the #1 podcast on renewable energy and most recently, a new book called Freeing Energy, which was the #1 new release in energy on Amazon. Bill has a degree in electrical engineering from North Carolina State University and MBA from Harvard Business School.
Michael W. Kolodner Marsh
Michael W. Kolodner
Managing Director
Mike brings over 20 years of operational, insurance and risk management advisory, brokerage and underwriting experience to Marsh. He is a former US Naval Nuclear Submarine Officer, Risk Manager for a major investor-owned utility, Leader of Marsh’s US Nuclear & Renewable Energy Practices, and member of the executive leadership team for the industry’s largest group captive (re)insurer, with accountability for all Underwriting and Member Relations. He has extensive risk and insurance management experience across the breadth of the global energy and power industries, and has served in a leadership capacity on the Insurance Advisory Committees of both commercial and industry mutual insurers. Additionally, he has served as a Non-Executive Director on the Board Solvency II compliant insurer and underwritten, or reinsured those who underwrite, energy & power specialty risks from construction through decommissioning. He is frequent speaker, writer and cited expert resource with an extensive history of developing original thought leadership for professionals in the risk, insurance, legal and energy & power industries, as well as governmental agencies and industry trade groups.
Nicholaus Rohleder - Climate risk
Nicholaus Rohleder
Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer
Climate Risk
Nicholaus Rohleder is the Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Climate Risk Partners. At CRP, he is responsible for implementing CRP’s products, guiding the customer journey through CRP’s proprietary technoeconomic modeling process, and product development. Outside of his professional commitments, Mr. Rohleder serves as an Adjunct Professor at Columbia University, an Alumni Mentor at Columbia University, an Alumni Mentor at the University of Pennsylvania, and was selected for and participated in the Securing America’s Energy Future (SAFE) Energy Security Fellowship focusing on critical minerals policy issues. Mr. Rohleder is also a former Forbes 30 Under 30 honoree, and currently serves as a member of the global Forbes 30 Under 30 board as a representative for Texas. Mr. Rohleder received a Master of Science in Environmental Studies with a concentration in Environmental Engineering and Technology from the University of Pennsylvania where his research was focused on clean energy technology materials science alterations and substitutions in various clean energy transition scenarios, and a Master of Science in Sustainability Management with a concentration in Environmental Finance from Columbia University where his research was focused on the economics of waste to value conversion technologies in homogeneous and heterogeneous waste input scenarios.
Ulysses Smith
Ulysses Smith
ESG Senior Adviser
Debevoise & Plimpton LLP
Ulysses Smith is an ESG Senior Adviser based in the New York office. Mr. Smith has an impressive track record at the intersection of sustainability, governance, rule of law, anti-corruption, and human rights. His experience includes advising major multinationals, not-for profit organizations, governments and multilateral institutions on a range of sustainability and governance issues. He has devised tailored inclusive models of governance and sustainability, addressing a range of ESG factors and risks, including environmental sustainability, human rights and labor issues, corruption, and sanctions. Mr. Smith has worked to advance sustainability, good governance, and economic development in more than 20 countries on 6 continents. In 2016, Mr. Smith was honored by the UN Global Compact as one of ten Global Sustainable Development Goals Pioneers for work advancing SDG 16 (which includes themes of good governance, human rights, rule of law). He is currently a member of the UN Global Compact’s Expert Network, focused on sustainability and governance, and is also the former chair of New York City Bar Association’s United Nations Committee. In addition, Mr. Smith founded and chaired the New York City Bar Association’s Task Force on Good Governance in the Secretary-General Selection. Mr. Smith received his B.A. from the University of Illinois in 1997, and his J.D. from Cornell Law School in 2007.
Graham Takata BMO
Graham Takata
Director of Climate Change
BMO Global Asset Management
Graham Takata, Director of Climate Change, Responsible Investment, BMO Global Asset Management Graham Takata is the Director of Climate Change for BMO GAM’s Responsible Investment team and leads BMO GAM’s Climate Action and Net Zero strategy through which BMO GAM has committed to achieve net zero emissions across all assets under management by 2050 or sooner. Prior to BMO, Graham worked in both technical and climate advisory roles, leading some of Canada’s first carbon-financed projects, North American green building strategies, and ESG benchmarking for institutional investors and asset managers. He led Ontario’s commercial greenhouse gas investments under the Green Ontario Fund and has supported multiple sectors including health care, energy, automotive, and large industry integrate climate change risks and opportunities into their business strategy. Graham is a member of the Responsible Investment Association and Association of Energy Engineers and holds a Bachelor of Environmental Science from the University of Guelph and a Master’s in Applied Science from Ryerson University.

Speakers Include

Finance Unep Initiative
iClima Earth
Marsh McLennan
Shelton Capital Management
Solas capital
ninety one logo
Chrysalix Venture Capital
Climate Risk Partners
Norrsken logo

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