Grant Harrison

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Grant Harrison is Green Finance & ESG Analyst, GreenBiz. He leads on program development for GreenFin — the premier ESG event aligning the sustainability, investment and finance communities. Harrison previously served as senior account executive with GreenBiz.

The fossil fuel era is waning. Here’s what investors need to know.

The fossil fuel era is waning. Here’s what investors need to know.

Sustainable investors more likely to engage on climate policy

Sustainable investors more likely to engage on climate policy

The power of clean energy tax credits: a 10-year, $1 trillion opportunity

The power of clean energy tax credits: a 10-year, $1 trillion opportunity

Chair Günther Thallinger: The Net-Zero Asset Owner Alliance makes its climate impact “step by step.”

Chair Günther Thallinger: The Net-Zero Asset Owner Alliance makes its climate impact “step by step.”

Voluntary action isn’t enough—sustainable finance needs better climate policy

Voluntary action isn’t enough—sustainable finance needs better climate policy

Divest or engage?

Divest or engage?

U.N. official calls for systemic financing to speed the green economy

U.N. official calls for systemic financing to speed the green economy

Preparing for climate disclosure in the largest capital market

Preparing for climate disclosure in the largest capital market

Can we rewrite the rules of green finance quickly enough?

Can we rewrite the rules of green finance quickly enough?

Brookfield Renewable CSO Kelly Goddard takes us inside the world’s largest pure-play renewables portfolio

Brookfield Renewable CSO Kelly Goddard takes us inside the world’s largest pure-play renewables portfolio

ESG misconceptions and why ethics are part of the equation

ESG misconceptions and why ethics are part of the equation

Eight women shaping the future of finance and ESG

Eight women shaping the future of finance and ESG

ESG reporting: A collision course ahead? 

ESG reporting: A collision course ahead? 

Can Engine No. 1 help Wall Street overcome finance inactivism?

Can Engine No. 1 help Wall Street overcome finance inactivism?

Are passive index funds sustainable?

Are passive index funds sustainable?

The year ahead in ESG: More scrutiny, better boards and the growth of greenwash

The year ahead in ESG: More scrutiny, better boards and the growth of greenwash

Bob Eccles and Jean Rogers on ISSB and the future of ESG reporting

Bob Eccles and Jean Rogers on ISSB and the future of ESG reporting

Team ESG had a tough quarter

Team ESG had a tough quarter