Sustainable Investing Challenge

Each year, Kellogg School of Management and Morgan Stanley's Institute for Sustainable Investing present the Morgan Stanley Sustainable Investing Challenge. We'll be featuring videos of the 10 finalist teams describing their investment proposals in the weeks leading up to the Challenge on April 15th.

The proposal from The Kellogg School of Management team addresses urban blight through the better reuse of building materials.

The team from the UVA Darden School of Business aims to reduce the spread of HIV/AIDS through a pay for performance treatment instrument.

The Double Green Cores Fund team from Bogor Agricultural University’s School of Business in Indonesia seeks to change local attitudes toward waste.

The team from USC Marshall School of Business seeks to improve food security in Angola.

The Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies team proposes weather-based insurance to help Thai farmers.

The team from Barcelona's IESE Business School proposes waste-to-energy transformation as a path to energy independence in the developing world.

London Business School Team talk about their Refugee Integration Fund

Hong Kong University of Science & Technology Team on finding solutions to poverty in China.

Harvard Business School/Harvard Kennedy School Team propose an infrastructure fund to finance water assets in Brazil.

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