The Environmental Fiduciary Series
In collaboration with several talented researchers and co-authors, the Rose Foundation has published a series of reports examining financial and legal issues related to corporate environmental performance. Collectively, the Environmental Fiduciary Series forms the basis for outreach to institutional investors and foundation trustees about the long-term benefits of investing in environmental value, and their fiduciary obligation to consider environmental issues in their portfolio management decisions. One major theme running throughout the series is the lurking threat to investment portfolios and the economy in general posed by unreported environmental risk. The series also showcases the long-term value of incorporating environmental analysis into both investment and corporate management decisions.