The Kamloops Chapter of the BC Sustainable Energy Association, Transition Kamloops and the TRU Sustainability Office are excited to partner to bring Tim Nash, the Sustainable Economist, by live video link to present on the Power of Sustainable Investing. Everyone who is interested in learning about the Power of Sustainable Investing, including young investors, is encouraged to attend.
When: March 20 - doors open at 6:30 pm, 7 pm start
Where: TRU, Campus Activity Centre, Terrace Room (see attached map at bottom of the page)
Who: Open to the public
Cost: Admission is by donation, pre-registration requested via Eventbrite.
Tim Nash is a leading Canadian expert on socially responsible investing, impact investing, and the green economy. Tim will be videoconferencing live from his office in Toronto on how you can put your investments to work for both compelling returns and positive impact for a sustainable future.
The presentation will include:
• Growing your investments to ‘Do More Good’
• Growing your investments to ‘Do Less Evil’
• How to benefit from ‘investing young’ – sustainably.
The presentation will be followed by a Q&A with Tim, as well as small group exercises to digest what was discussed.
Pre-register at Eventbrite: The Power of Sustainable Investing
About our speaker Tim Nash
Tim Nash is the founder of Good Investing and blogs as The Sustainable Economist. As an expert on socially responsible investing, impact investing, and the green economy, he is regularly featured in publications such as CBC’s The National, BNN Bloomberg’s Market Call, and the Globe and Mail. He earned his BA in Economics from Dalhousie University (Canada) and his Master's in Strategic Leadership towards Sustainability from the Blekinge Institute of Technology (Sweden). He was the treasurer of the Ontario Nonprofit Network where he chaired the finance and audit committees. He is the lead researcher for Ethical Market’s Green Transition Scoreboard® research report, which details more than $9.3 trillion of private investments in the global green economy.