Green Trading gives 10 scholarships to Net Impact students

NEW YORK, March 23, 2005 — Green Trading Inc., the company founded by Peter C. Fusaro and Marion Yuen, has given 10 scholarships to Net Impact students from around the world. The purpose of these scholarships is for graduate business students to attend the Fourth Annual Green Trading Summit to be held in New York City on May 2 and 3, 2005.

The Green Summit (www.greentradingsummit.com) has spawned a green trading community of hundreds of business, government and non profits. This year’s conference promises to be the best ever as the EU Emissions Trading Scheme and the implementation of the Kyoto Protocol have focused even more attention on efforts in the United States.

“The Green Trading Summit is an annual event held to further the engagement of the business community on environmental market formation and seems a likely venue for Net Impact participation,” said Peter Fusaro, Managing Director of Green Trading Inc.

Over 500 people have participated in past Green Trading events. Two books have been created from the conference including the latest Green Trading Markets: The Second Wave to be published by UK publisher Elsevier this spring.

About Net Impact [ www.netimpact.org ]

Net Impact is a powerful and influential network of over 10,000 MBA students and professionals committed to using the power of business to create a better world. Through education, career resources, events, and access to an international network, Net Impact helps members to utilize their business skills for positive social change. Fusaro has spoken at New Impact events in New York and Columbia and is fully committed to furthering its goals by opening up the Green Trading Summit to their active participation.

The Net Impact scholarships were offered to 85 New Impact chapters and oversubscribed in less than 24 hours. It is hoped that other businesses will follow suit with their events.

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