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I’m Dreaming Of A White Christmas: Navigating To Net Zero Real World Emissions

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Director of Responsible Investing, Trinity Church Wall Street

Bhakti Mirchandani is Director of Responsible Investing at Trinity Church Wall Street, a thriving Episcopal congregation in lower Manhattan. Previously, Bhakti was Managing Director at...

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Setting and supporting climate commitments is not enough. Targets must reduce climate risk in the real world. A comprehensive solution includes focusing capital on investments with the greatest potential to increase energy efficiency and reduce emissions, climate SPACs, and effective executive comp.  Read more in my monthly article: 


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Matt Chester on Dec 21, 2021

Dreaming About a White Christmas is Not Enough: Select Elements of a Comprehensive Solution

Love this part-- similar to New Year's Resolutions, climate/emission aspirations will mean nothing if real, concrete actions don't follow them!


Thanks for sharing, Bhakti

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