A Dialogue on Trends in Sustainable and Impact Investing in the United States

December 8th, 2020

Croatan Institute President and Senior Fellow Joshua Humphreys and US SIF CEO Lisa Woll discuss leading trends in sustainable finance and impact investing in the United States. This conversation featured findings from the recently released 2020 Report on US Sustainable and Impact Investing Trends, the most comprehensive, quantitative study of the state of the field, published bi-annually by the US SIF Foundation in close collaboration with Croatan Institute. Humphreys and Woll explore major developments in the industry, including impacts of the 2020 election, COVID-19, and the racial equity crisis on the field, as well as the challenges and opportunities associated with the mainstreaming of sustainable investing.


Joshua Humphreys

Croatan Institute

Lisa Woll


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