On September 29-30, Mendoza College of Business will host a unique conference on investment decision-making in the context of a changing climate. Speakers will include internationally renowned thinkers in the fields of ethical investing, social justice, and global change, including Paul Dickenson, Executive Chairman of the Carbon Disclosure Project and Carolyn Woo, CEO of Catholic Relief Services.
“The investing choices we make—both individually and institutionally—over the next five to seven years will have a momentous impact on the long-term well-being of the planet,” said Leo Burke, Mendoza professor and organizer of the conference. “This conference explores the complexities, the challenges, and the possibilities that lie before us.”
The conference is sponsored by the Mendoza College of Business and co-sponsored by the Center for Social Concerns, Minor in Sustainability, ND-GAIN, QCoefficient, and NORDAM. It will take place at the Notre Dame Conference Center and it is free for ND students, faculty, and staff. Visit the conference website for more information and registration.
Originally published by science.nd.edu on July 15, 2015.at