Future Bright is a think tank and consulting company in the fields of sustainability and sustainable investing. Future Bright focuses on a diverse cross-section of themes including Integrated Aquaculture and Hydroponics, Vertical Farming, renewable energy, energy efficiency as an asset class, sustainable agriculture, equity strategies, sustainable consumer product development, derivative strategies and green consumer trends.
Future Bright has worked with project developers, non-profits, community leaders, fund managers, think tanks and asset managers in developing sustainability strategy, intelligence, frameworks, definitions, structures and investment products.
Services & Focus Areas:
Model and Frameworks: ESG, SRI, Impact Investing, Renewable Energy, Vertical Farming, Aquaculture & Hydroponics, Carbon Markets, Energy Efficiency, Policy, Public Finance, Sustainable Consumer Products
Liquid Strategies: Equity Long-Short, Quantitive Factor-Driven, Derivatives (Stranded Asset Strategies).
General: Industry Analysis, Project Management, Human Capital, Product Development, Sourcing, Communication and Investing.
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Future Bright was founded by Ken Coulson to develop sustainability strategies for a growing world. Ken has worked with solar project developers, energy efficiency funds, and sustainable consumer products, vertical farming and aquaculture companies. In 2014, he partnered with UBS Asset Management on their global Impact Initiative and was a member of the Global Sustainability Council. Ken has collaborated with think tanks like Rocky Mountain Institute and the Grace Richardson Fund on Clean Tax Policy. Ken is member of the board of directors for Slow Food Metro North, a 501c3 promoting food that’s Good, Clean and Fair, and sits on the Advisory Council for LifeBridge and Fresh Connections, a 501c3 and Social Enterprise promoting workforce skills, urban development and clean food access, in Bridgeport, CT. Ken is also a prolific artist having developed film, music and literature in support of sustainability. Ken previously spent 13 years managing, building and operating automated derivatives trading systems in Germany, London, Hong Kong and the US for UBS and Goldman Sachs.