BSAS Luncheon program – New Measures of Risk and Return: Why Investors are Integrating Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Factors into the Investment Process

Hyatt Regency Boston One Avenue de Lafayette, Boston

The high profile disasters and loss of shareholder value at BP and TEPCO have put it in the news, but examining and integrating environmental, social and governance factors into investment decision making is a growing trend. Please join us for

Sustainable Investing 101 in Boston

Boston Public Library Copley Square 700 Boylston St., Boston

Three of the pioneers and leaders in the field of Socially Responsible Investing are presenting "Green your Green: An introduction to investing responsibly", an open session at the Boston Public Library on October 19th.  Aimed at individuals wanting an introduction

SEC Climate Change Disclosure Guidelines Panel – New York

Unnamed Venue 55 Lexington Ave. (enter 24th or 24th St.), New York

SEC requirements for disclosure of material climate change impacts became effective in the early part of 2010 upon the publication of clarifying guidance by the agency. Virtually all public companies will now be reporting based on their assessments of how

Restructuring Roundtable

Foley Hoag 155 Seaport Boulevard, Boston

Raab Assocates’ first Restructuring Roundtable of 2012 features two timely topics: Implementing Bold State Energy-Related Environmental Regulations, Policies, and Programs in Massachusetts and Connecticut Ken Kimmell, Commissioner, MA DEP Jonathan Schrag, Deputy Commissioner of Energy, CT DEEP The Future of

Mass TLC Breakfast Seminar: Energy Management Technology – Poised for Takeoff?

Foley Hoag Emerging Enterprise Center 1000 Winter St., Waltham

Massachusetts Technology Leadership Council's March Energy breakfast looks at Energy Management and asks what role Massachusetts companies will play. Confirmed Panelists: Carlos Alonso-Niemeyer, Energy Efficiency Program Director, NSTAR Howard Nunes, CEO, PepperDash The Energy Management Technology market has a compelling


Restructuring Roundtable – Energy Efficiency in New England: Strengthening Core Programs While Tackling New Frontiers

Foley Hoag LLP 155 Seaport Boulevard, 13th Floor, Boston

Core Programs Panel: Commissioner Daniel Esty, Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection Tina Halfpenny, Director of Energy Efficiency, Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources Jim Merriam, Director of Efficiency Vermont, Vermont Energy Investment Corporation New Frontiers Panel: Dr Eric Winkler, Project

2nd Massachusetts Sustainable Communities Conference

UMass Boston 100 Morrissey Blvd., Boston

The second Massachusetts Sustainable Communities Conference will be held on Friday, April 20th at UMass  Boston, with the Sustainable Campuses following on Saturday April 22nd.  Experts and peers from around the Commonwealth - municipalities, campuses, government, businesses and non-profits gather

Electrification of Transportation – a BSAS panel discussion

Harvard Club of Boston 1 Federal St., 38th floor, Boston

Electrification of automobile transportation in the United States presents an economic opportunity that is both large in scope and potentially hugely disruptive to multiple industries that are mainstays in most investors' portfolios.  We've put together this session as part of

NECEC Finance Series – Monetizing the Savings from Energy Efficiency Projects

Foley Hoag 155 Seaport Blvd., 13th floor, Boston

This New England Clean Energy Council Finance series breakfast will explore mechanisms and tactics to facilitate the financing of energy efficiency projects, including: How "On-Bill" and property assessed clean energy (PACE) implementation creates financial opportunities How to increase the comfort