Nick Pelosi engages in North America. Prior to joining, he worked for First Peoples Worldwide, an NGO that uses corporate engagement to protect the rights of indigenous people and promote indigenous-led community development. He worked for the University of Colorado as a co-author of research on how social risks impact the market value of firms and advised Rio Tinto on social performance at its aluminium smelting operations. Additionally, he was a sustainable investing Fellow at Morgan Stanley, where he worked on projects related to climate change, plastic waste, and other themes. He has a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science from Hunter College and a Master of Public Administration from Columbia University.
Social injustice occurs when people do not have access to the same rights and opportunities afforded to others, due to race, ethnicity, gender, sexuality, religion, disabilities or other characteristics.
Chemical sector under scrutiny in EOS’s Q1 Public Engagement Report
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