Coordinator, Investor Influence, New York, NY
Area of Expertise: Sustainable finance, shareholder engagement, energy transition
Gabriel works with investment industry stakeholders ― including asset managers, banks, private equity firms, endowments, pension funds, investor climate groups, and financial regulators ― to achieve net zero emissions across the global economy by 2050.
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As scientists sound code red, how can financial leaders respond?
To reach net zero, every available tool – from shareholder engagement to capital allocation to climate policy advocacy – must be deployed.
Strong SEC climate risk disclosure rules are good for business, investors
Updated rulemaking is urgently needed given the immense risks climate change poses to companies, investors, and the American financial system.
New Engine No. 1 ETF builds momentum for climate-aligned proxy voting
Offering financial products that bring consumers’ climate concerns to the board room represents a crucial next step in sustainable finance.
What the SEC can do to protect investors, companies, and people from another Texas power crisis
The massive storm that hit Texas in February — known as Winter Storm Uri — highlights the dangers of ignoring the physical risks of climate change.
Why investors should support climate policy: three myths debunked
To successfully manage climate risks, investors must actively support the public policies needed to achieve net zero emissions by 2050.