After a 25-year financial market and banking career, Scott Donachie founded Companies for Net Zero (CNZ), which brings together global business leaders via summits and networking events to share insights on delivering immediate climate outcomes. CNZ also publishes daily climate insights and education via its ‘CNZ Eco Forum’ smartphone app, which our followers will learn […]
Since 2010, today’s guest on the podcast has worked in Dubai, United Arab Emirates as a woman general counsel in an era of business disruption. Through this position with a UAE family-owned luxury conglomerate she was introduced to angel investing. Currently, Ghada Qaisi Audi lives in San Francisco and is a founding team member at […]
My guest today develops circular economy models and metrics to push for material impact in ESG measurements of e-waste, food systems, extractive resources, and mobility. Eugenio Liu consults with NGOs, development agencies, venture capital, and impact investment firms. Today we’re asking the questions: “What is the Circular Economy and why is it important?” And “What […]
What should we be expecting in the ESG investment landscape during 2022? To answer that question I have Anuj Shah on the program today. I can’t think of anyone more qualified to discuss the top ESG Trends for 2022. Shah is a Partner at Close Group Consulting, which, since their founding in 2017, has worked […]
Shim talks about Palladium’s focus on inclusive growth beyond Covid-19. By acting as a catalyst, Palladium helps individual companies, for example a mining company or a multinational chocolate company, to broaden their thinking to include the circular economy. By collaborating across sectors, including governments, NGO’s, and local economies, a company can achieve both profitable and […]
Demers’ science-based research methodology provides investor-friendly, rigorous and cost-effective impact assessments by experts in financial analysis and environmental informatics.
After two decades and with almost $20 billion in AUM, Impax’s investment thesis is driven by cost reductions in renewable energy technologies and government commitments to reduce CO2 emissions by the UK and the EU, as well as by “We Are Still In” member states, cities, and companies in the US.
Bouri highlights conversations about the role of fiduciary duty, scaling impact investing with integrity and how to measure impact in addressing the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
Bair and Orozco serve a diverse community of female executives, LGBT couples and business owners who expect consumer and investment choices to reflect their personal values.
Skinner talks about the 2019 class of SDG advocates recently appointed by the Secretary General to highlight achieving the UN SDG’s agenda for peace and prosperity for people and the planet.
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