ABOUT THE JEI
The Journal of Environmental Investing (JEI) is an interdisciplinary, open-access publication.
The JEI features critical, vetted information relating to the current environmental investing imperative. In research papers, commentaries, case studies, and reviews on manifold topics, the JEI focuses on the issues of creating, deploying, financing, structuring, and managing successful market-based solutions to the environmental challenges of the day.
Call for Articles and Papers: Environmental Innovations Re-energizing the Investment World
Does a Higher Degree and Higher Cost of Leverage Worsen Corporate Environmental Performance?
Quantitative Credit-Rating Models Including ESG Factors
Green Bonds: The Time Is Now
Latest Forest & Finance Articles
Estimating Forest Sustainability Bond Prices for Natural Resource and Ecosystem Services Markets
While forest and “green” bonds are traded today, our findings demonstrate that the return from an integrated portfolio that contains forest wood products (direct use) and ecosystem services (indirect uses) provides an investor with more investment choices.
A Comment on “Estimating Forest Sustainability Bond Prices for Natural Resource and Ecosystem Services Markets”
This paper introduces a sustainable forestry bond composed of wood products and ecosystem services and investigates the project-based financial performance, such as NPV, associated with this bond. . . . The paper tackles an interesting and relevant issue in today’s business environment.