Contributor: Monika Freyman

Monika Freyman

About Monika Freyman

Monika is a senior manager in Ceres' water program, where she researches and conducts corporate and investor engagement on the risks and opportunities related to growing water scarcity and water quality issues. Prior to Ceres Monika worked as a research consultant for the Initiative for Responsible Investment at Harvard, exploring the roots of the concept of sustainability to inform the Sustainable Accounting Standards Board (SASB) in their efforts to evolve corporate reporting standards and investor integration of environmental and social factors. As a Chartered Financial Analyst and former emerging market analyst, with a Masters in Freshwater Ecology, Monika is particularly interested in driving greater integration of water risks and opportunities into the portfolio management process.

Investors Can No Longer Ignore Water Risks

Ceres warns that water – or lack of it – is becoming a bigger financial issue for investors. Monika Freyman shares key points from their report on how to integrate water analysis into investment decisions … more

Hydraulic Fracturing: Lessons from the US

With heavy water use in hydraulic fracking for shale gas plus water pollution concerns, Freyman from Ceres shares water lessons & challenges learnt from the shale gas boom in the US … more



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