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Cary Krosinsky

Lecturer at Yale University
Cary  Krosinsky

Cary Krosinsky is an independent author, educator and advisor on sustainability and investing as a positive driver of change for the benefit of shareholders and society. 

He teaches two seminars at Yale: a Residential College Seminar on Business and Sustainability, and co-teaches a Graduate Seminar on Climate and International Energy within YCEI (Yale Climate and Energy Institute), as well as an MBA class at the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business.  He has taught at Columbia University since 2009 and advised to Cambridge’s Investment Leaders Group.

His books include Sustainable Investing: The Art of Long Term Performance and Evolutions in Sustainable Investing.  He helped develop the Value Driver Model body of work in late 2013 for the UN Global Compact including a paper, case studies and toolkit, and is co-author in 2014 of A New Vision of Value for KPMG.

In 2015, he is lead consultant to PRI on their Climate Change Asset Owner Project and is also consulting to the UNEP Inquiry for the Design of a Sustainable Financial System.  He also provides content for regarding Sustainable Investing, and acts as Sustainability/ESG Advisor for RLP Wealth Management, Editor of the Journal of Environmental Investing, is on the Board of the Carbon Tracker Initiative and is a Director of the Network for Sustainable Financial Markets.