Cary Krosinsky is Executive Officer of the Network for Sustainable Financial Markets.
He is lead editor of Evolutions in Sustainable Investing, (along with NSFM participants Nick Robins & Stephen Viederman), a recent book (Wiley, 2012) on the positive strands of SRI, including 15 case studies, regional perspectives and thought leadership from Dan Esty, Paul Hawken, Rory Sullivan, Roger Urwin and a host of others. Cary is also co-editor of a previous book on this subject – Sustainable Investing: the Art of Long Term Performance, also with Nick Robins (Earthscan, 2008).
Until October 2012, Cary was Senior Vice President & member of the Management team for Trucost, which has become the recognized global leader in corporate environmental data & analysis including advising the respected Newsweek Green Rankings. He also teaches sustainability & investing at Columbia University’s Earth Institute, and an MBA course on the same subject at the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business, and is a frequent speaker on the intersection of sustainability & ownership. He was a member of the Expert Group that helped create the United Nations Principles for Responsible Investment.