Judith Moore

Affirmative Investment Management

Judith joined Affirmative Investment Management as Head of Sustainability Research and Policy in 2015 and oversees AIM’s sustainability verification processes and environmental, social, and reporting policies. She has worked for more than 30 years in both the public and private sectors on corporate sustainability, environmental investment criteria and standards, and ecosystem management. She is founder and former head of the World Bank’s Corporate Responsibility team. Under her, the team launched sustainability reporting at the World Bank, applying international standards such as GRI and CDP, advised the UN on their Sustainable UN initiatives, and spearheaded energy and consumption efficiencies throughout the World Bank Group.  Judith instituted greenhouse gas emissions tracking for the World Bank’s daily operations world-wide, negotiated carbon neutrality using offsets from innovative community-based emissions-reductions projects in World Bank client countries,  

and launched studies to define the emissions impacts of key sectors of the World Bank’s lending portfolio. Beginning in 2007, Judith partnered with the World Bank Treasury’s Capital Markets Department to develop the first Green Bonds, including defining the eligibility criteria, selecting the underlying portfolio of projects, and promoting portfolio transparency and reporting. Judith instituted greenhouse gas emissions tracking for the World Bank’s daily operations world-wide, negotiated carbon neutrality using offsets from innovative community-based emissions-reductions projects in World Bank client countries, and launched studies to define the emissions impacts of key sectors of the World Bank’s lending portfolio. Beginning in 2007, Judith partnered with the World Bank Treasury’s Capital Markets Department to develop the first Green Bonds, including defining the eligibility criteria, selecting the underlying portfolio of projects, and promoting portfolio transparency and reporting.

 

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