The Wall Street Green Summit was launched in 2002, making it one of the longest running events in the sustainability industry. Striving to develop the sustainable finance system for responsible investing, the summit gathers professionals and pioneers in the world of sustainability to discuss the many facets of the emerging "impact economy."
This year’s five-day virtual conference will include panels on: Sustainable Finance Megatrends, Green & Sustainable Finance, Technology Solutions, Investing for Impact, and Cleaner Sustainable Technology for Climate Solutions.
Bahar will be sharing his insights on the Sustainable Finance Megatrends on the first day of the summit. This discussion will be moderated by Paul Ellis of Paul Ellis Consulting. The other panelists he will be conferring with include:
- Peter C. Fusaro, Partner, ESG and Impact, AV Group Ltd.
- Katie MacDonald, NYSERDA
- Kristen Sullivan, Partner, Deloitte & Touche LLP, Americas Sustainability Services Leader
- Ted J. Haberfield - Chairman & President, MZ Group US
- Tim Hoffman, Program Director, NYS Venture Exchange and Columbia Tech Ventures
- Tinia Pina, Founder & CEO, Re-Nuble Inc.
- Andrea Bonime-Blanc, CEO & Founder, GEC Risk Advisory
For the full program, complete list of speakers, and the opportunity to register, click here.
Bahar Gidwani has built and run large technology-based businesses for many years. Bahar holds a CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst) and was one of the first people to receive the FSA (Fundamentals of Sustainability Accounting) designation from SASB. Bahar worked on Wall Street with Kidder, Peabody, and with McKinsey & Co. He has founded several technology-based companies and is a co-founder of CSRHub, the world’s broadest source of corporate social responsibility information. He has an MBA from Harvard Business School and an undergraduate degree in physics and astronomy. He plays bridge, races sailboats, and is based in New York City.
CSRHub offers one of the world’s broadest and most consistent set of Environment, Social, and Governance (ESG) ratings, covering 20,000 companies. Its Big Data algorithm combines millions of data points on ESG performance from hundreds of sources, including leading ESG analyst raters, to produce consensus scores on all aspects of corporate social responsibility and sustainability. CSRHub ratings can be used to drive corporate, investor and consumer decisions. For more information, visit www.CSRHub.com. CSRHub is a B Corporation.