Press Release Contact: Leslie Samuelrich, Green Century Capital Management, email@example.com, (617) 482-0800
Boston, March 13, 2020—Green Century Director of Communications Kyle W. Kempf was included in the fifth annual Grist 50 list of emerging environmental leaders.
“A vital component of impact investing work is telling the stories, from praising companies for their sustainable practices, to calling out recalcitrant corporations for their failures to address environmental risks in their supply chains, to simply conveying the importance of some of the more esoteric issues we address to the public at large,” said Green Century President Leslie Samuelrich. “Kyle is a storytelling exemplar and I’m thrilled to have him on our team.”
The Grist 50 is a list of emerging leaders who are “cooking up the boldest, most innovative solutions to save” the planet. Grist is an independent news outlet focused on sustainability.
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