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June 13, 2024

Why Nature Belongs in Corporate Thinking

Hear from Robin Millington, CEO of Planet Tracker, as we discuss how and why businesses should be thinking about their dependencies and impacts on nature.

Sustainability is a complex topic, and for a long time, climate has been at the heart of discussion. Other challenges like pollution and biodiversity loss have often been sidelined. Recently however, following the work of the TNFD and others, these issues have risen up the corporate agenda, within the wider context of our impact and dependency on nature.

Throughout her career, this guest has highlighted the importance of integrating nature into mainstream business. In this episode, we’ll explore:

  • The urgent need to manage climate and nature risks holistically;
  • How our failure to value natural capital correctly is pressurizing the global food system and other key sectors;
  • And the role that financial markets have in creating a nature-positive future.

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Speaker’s Bio

Robin Millington, CEO, Planet Tracker

Having dedicated nearly three decades to environmental causes including climate, biodiversity/nature and wetlands/water, Robin is an experienced senior director with an extensive track record including as a Director with the European Climate Foundation, Founding Director of Wetlands International and Managing Director of the Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS) in Brussels. Previously she spent many years in the private sector both in consulting and in multinational work. She has an MBA from INSEAD and her BA from Stanford University.

She is currently a member of the Supervisory Board of the Capitals Coalition, was previously a member of the Supervisory Board of the Gold Standard Foundation and serves on various advisory committees.


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