It's been one week since the end of this year's Wall Street Green Summit XIII which was held in New York City at the Columbia Club. I guess it takes some time for attendees and reporters to let all the new ideas sink in, but we have seen two stellar articles the past two days on the Summit.
environmental hedge funds
Sustainable finance has now morphed into environmental impact investing.
Roundtable discussion of energy stocks, featuring Peter Fusaro of Global Change Associates and three other experts, Closing Bell, 3/18/05.
Interview with Peter Fusaro of Global Change Associates, NASDAQ Live, 11/28/06.
Peter Fusaro of Global Change Associates, recorded at the Wall Street Green Trading Summit, April 16-17, 2007, New York City.
This video is a compendium of Peter's keynote speaking engagements and topics that he offers on greenhouse gas reductions including carbon footprints, greenhouse business strategy, and trading solutions.
The markets might be acting as if the energy play is over but people in the know say don't count on it. On this week's Consuelo Mack WealthTrack three energy experts discuss the investment opportunities still available in traditional and alternative energy. One of the top ten fund managers of the decade, Dan Rice of the BlackRock Global Resources fund, and two energy thought leaders, Bill Paul of the cutting edge energy website, EnergyTechStocks.com and Peter Fusaro, Chairman and Founder of Global Change Associates.
Energy deregulation, privatization and competition are a hot international topic.
This book focuses on the latest developments in the Asia-Pacific community in terms of how deregulation and privatization are bringing more risk to energy companies.
Are you prepared for the expansion of energy and environmental trading into the global financial markets? These growing markets are rife with trading and legal risks.