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Cary Krosinsky

Lecturer, Yale College and Faculty Advisory Committee, Energy Studies at Yale University
Cary  Krosinsky

Cary Krosinsky is a widely respected educator, leading author and advisor on sustainable finance whose ongoing teaching includes popular courses at Brown, Yale and NYU. He also acts as an Adjunct Professor at SIPA in spring 2022 to help oversee a capstone projects sponsored by the World Bank since 2020 on Greening Global Pension Funds.

His fifth book was on Modern China and the need for better relations to solve societal challenges, from 2020. His first book was published in 2008, Sustainable Finance, The Art of Long Term Performance with Nick Robins. He is also Co-Founder and Director of the Sustainable Finance Institute, which hosted its first event on the Future of Sustainable Finance in China at Peking University HSBC Business School in Shenzhen in January 2019, featuring leading investors with emerging investment solutions across asset class, many of whom are profiled in this upcoming new book.

He is also Co-Founder of the Carbon Tracker Initiative, its parent Investor Watch and was a member of the NY State Common Decarbonization Advisory Panel appointed by Governor Cuomo and Comptroller DiNapoli 2018-19 leading to the fund’s $20B Climate Action Plan, and author/co-author of many previous papers including for the China-UK Green Finance Taskforce, for the UNEP Inquiry on the Value of Everything and for PRI in 2015 developing a framework for asset owners on climate change strategy.