2010 Joan Bavaria Awards
For Immediate Release: May 5, 2010
Forging the Roadmap to Sustainability:
2010 Joan Bavaria Awards Go to Tim Smith and Center for Political Accountability
BOSTON—Investment advocate Tim Smith of Walden Asset Management in Boston and the Center for Public Accountability in Washington D.C. were honored last night by Ceres and Trillium Asset Management as this year’s winners of the third annual Joan Bavaria Awards for Building Sustainability into the Capital Markets. The announcement was made at the opening reception of the Ceres annual conference, which runs today and tomorrow, May 5-6, at the Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel.
The Joan Bavaria awards are awarded annually to two leaders who work to move capital markets toward a system that balances economic prosperity with social and environmental concerns. Bavaria, a pioneer of social investing who died in 2008, founded Ceres and Trillium Asset Management.
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