Cary Krosinsky is a writer, educator & advisor on sustainability issues. He teaches Sustainable Investing at Columbia University’s Earth Institute, in conjunction with Kerry Kennedy’s RFK Center for Human Rights & Justice, and also offers MBA classes at the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business and Bard College.

Other academic affiliations include advising on investor reporting for the University of Cambridge and a new Seminar is being given on Business and Sustainability at Yale University in Fall 2014.  His books on sustainable investing with Nick Robins are considered industry standards, and he continues to write frequently for the Guardian, and other publications.

He recently consulted for the UN Global Compact on their new Value Driver Model and for KPMG on an upcoming report on the future of value, is Executive Director of the Network for Sustainable Financial Markets, and is former Senior Vice President for Trucost in North America.