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Mindy S. Lubber JD, MBA

Mindy S. Lubber is President of Ceres, the leading coalition of investors, environmental organizations and other public interest groups working with companies and investors to build sustainability into the capital markets and address sustainability challenges such as global climate change. She also directs the Investor Network on Climate Risk (INCR), a network of more than 90 investors representing approximately $10 trillion in assets that coordinates U.S. investor responses to the financial risks and opportunities of climate change.
Mindy S. Lubber JD, MBA

President, Ceres & Director, INCR

Mindy S. Lubber is President of Ceres, the leading coalition of investors, environmental organizations and other public interest groups working with companies and investors to build sustainability into the capital markets and address sustainability challenges such as global climate change. She also directs the Investor Network on Climate Risk (INCR), a network of more than 95 investors representing nearly $10 trillion in assets that coordinates U.S. investor responses to the financial risks and opportunities of climate change.

Ms. Lubber is the recipient of the Skoll Social Entrepreneur Award and under her leadership, Ceres has been awarded Global Green USA's 2009 Organizational Design Award and Fast Company Social Capitalist Awards in 2007 and 2008. She was recently voted one of "The 100 Most Influential People in Corporate Governance for 2009" by Directorship Magazine, who noted Ceres' substantial influence in its field.

Before coming to Ceres, Ms. Lubber was the Regional Administrator of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and Founder/CEO of Green Century Capital Management, an investment firm managing environmentally screened mutual funds.

Recent Blog Posts

Forbes Sustainable Capitalism Blog

Risky Business Ups The Ante On Climate Change

by Mindy LubberForbes Sustainable Capitalism Blog Posted on Jun 24, 2014

When Tom Steyer and Robert Rubin joined me on the stage for Ceres’ 6th Investor Summit on Climate Risk at the United Nations to discuss the economic impacts of climate change, it was immediately clear that I was in the company of two businessmen who truly understood the essential role that financial leaders must play in the global transition to a low-carbon economy.

Huffington Post

U.S. Policymakers Falling Behind Corporate America on Clean Energy

by Mindy LubberHuffington Post Posted on Jun 19, 2014

Today, many of America's largest companies are strengthening their bottom lines by jumping on the clean energy bandwagon -- to the tune of more than $1 billion in savings per year.

Forbes Sustainable Capitalism Blog

Oil Majors Need To Boost Leadership On Climate Change

by Mindy LubberForbes Sustainable Capitalism Blog Posted on May 29, 2014

An international group of investors is asking the world’s largest fossil fuel companies to assess the risks they face from climate change. These investors, managing trillions of dollars in assets, are motivated by concerns that companies in their portfolios are not adequately preparing for a future of lower demand for fossil fuels as the world transitions to cleaner energy sources.

Huffington Post

Exxon Valdez Oil Spill Still Leaves a Painful Legacy

by Mindy LubberHuffington Post Posted on Mar 24, 2014

Exactly 25 years ago, 260,000 barrels of crude oil from the Exxon Valdez oil tanker inundated the frigid, fragile waters of Alaska's Prince William Sound.

Forbes Sustainable Capitalism Blog

Insurers Have Huge Role As Clean Energy Investors

by Mindy LubberForbes Sustainable Capitalism Blog Posted on Mar 03, 2014

Conversations about climate change and the insurance industry usually focus on catastrophic storms and their damaging financial ripples for insurance providers. Given skyrocketing extreme-weather losses in recent years, it’s surely a legitimate issue that should be making insurers re-think their business models.