Why are some of the most respected companies across the globe rushing to go carbon-neutral / negative? Well, maybe for reasons other than you'd think. In this video, I consider why many large, powerful companies are suddenly pledging to mitigate damage to the environment. For companies who are the first in their industry to promise a a shift towards carbon-neutral, is this creating a new first mover advantage? Who will go carbon-neutral next?
Jay Lipman, a co-founder of Ethic, is driven by the need to address climate and environmental risks with the resources to which we each have unique access. He has been ranked among the Forbes 30 Under 30: Social Entrepreneurs. Born in the UK, he now lives in San Francisco. Previously, he managed the capital of ultra-high-net-worth investors in Deutsche Bank's cross-asset capital markets structuring and sales team.