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GreenFin 24

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GreenFin 24

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GreenBiz Group

Welcome to GreenFin 24, the leading sustainable finance conference for professionals harnessing the power of capital markets to realize a net zero economy, organized by Greenbiz, live on We Don't Have Time, June 17–19, 2024.

Join us on We Don't Have Time and on-site in NYC to form valuable connections with finance, investment and sustainability experts, get up to speed on the latest ESG trends in finance and investing, and discover essential products and services needed to accelerate your climate strategy.

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Program Highlights

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June 17, 2024

1:35 pm EDT–1:55 pm EDT — Moving Markets: The Asset Owner View

Asset owners play a crucial role in setting the direction of global markets. And with vast exposures, de-risking investment portfolios by addressing concerns posed by climate change can be multifaceted. How are leading asset owners moving markets toward achieving their fiduciary duty in protecting investment assets? How is the market responding? Hear from sustainable investing leadership from large and influential asset owners that are responding to expectations of modern fiduciaries.

Speakers:

  • Andrew Siwo, Head of Sustainable Investments & Climate Solutions, New York State Common Retirement Fund
  • Kyung-Ah Park, Head of ESG Investment Management, Temasek
  • Grant Harrison, Vice President, Sustainable Finance & ESG, GreenBiz Group

1:55 pm EDT–2:25 pm EDT — Rewriting the Source Code of Capitalism

Speaker:

  • Bob Massie, Co-Founder and Senior Advisor to the Chief Executive, Global Reporting Initiative

2:25 pm EDT–2:45 pm EDT — Cash, Carbon and Your Corporate Climate Superpower

For many companies, emissions stemming from their financial suppliers is one of their largest source of emissions. How can companies help shape the financial sector’s flow of capital in support of climate, and what can they do to ensure their banking and investing activities are aligned with their own corporate climate goals? Corporate cash offers unique power as a lever for climate action. As the cash reserves of companies in the United States grow, so too does an unprecedented opportunity to engage with the firms in their financial supply chain in support of decarbonization.

Speakers:

  • Molly Wood, Founder and CEO, Molly Wood Media
  • Joanna Bonnett, President, Association of Corporate Treasurers
  • Paul Moinester, Founder and Executive Director, Topo Finance

2:45 pm EDT–3:00 pm EDT — Turning Up the Tap on Climate Finance

The estimated need globally for climate finance is $10 trillion annually from 2031 to 2050. Though increasing, current finance flows are not nearly enough to get us to what’s needed by 2030 and to avoid the worst impacts of climate change. Where is climate finance flowing, how is it getting delivered and what needs to change?

Speakers:

  • Paul Bodnar, Director of Sustainable Finance, Industry and Diplomacy, Bezos Earth Fund
  • Heather Clancy, VP, Editor at Large, GreenBiz Group

June 18, 2024

10:30 am EDT–10:45 am EDT — How We'll Win the Climate War, with Tom Steyer

How will capitalism serve as the most effective tool for scaling climate progress? How will action on climate provide a healthy and viable future — and the investment opportunity of a lifetime? Join this fireside chat with billionaire and climate advocate Tom Steyer for a provocative conversation on how capitalism and markets can break open new climate solutions that are cheaper, faster and better than the status quo.

Speakers:

  • Tom Steyer, Co-Executive Chair, Galvanize Climate Solutions
  • Sarah Golden, VP, Energy & Director, VERGE Program, GreenBiz Group

10:45 am EDT–10:55 am EDT — The Climate Transition and Disruptive Deep Tech

What are the key technologies we need to invest in to successfully transition to a clean economy? What investments have been overhyped or under hyped, and what's actually going to be helpful? To achieve net zero by 2050 the global economy needs to see unprecedented investment in emerging climate technologies, but not all tech solutions are created equal in tackling climate change.

Speaker:

  • Tom Chi, Managing Partner, At One Ventures

11:00 am EDT–11:10 am EDT — Introducing the GreenFin 24 Emerging Leaders

The Emerging Leaders Program aims to elevate, cultivate and support the next generation of Black, Indigenous and people of color (BIPOC) leaders in the climate community. Our goal is to foster a community of sustainability professionals that is diverse and representative of the world in which we live. We do so by fostering pathways into the sustainability space for students and early-career professionals who face barriers to entry in the field.

Speakers:

  • Bryan Lewis, Program Manager I GreenBiz.org, GreenBiz Group
  • Eric Faurot, CEO, GreenBiz Group

11:10 am EDT–11:30 am EDT — Nature as Investable Infrastructure

How can companies and investors treat nature conservation and restoration as a business opportunity rather than a philanthropic endeavor? Which practice shifts and technological innovations will enable nature to become a profitable asset class? From coastal wetlands to fertile soils and urban forests, ecosystems are life-supporting infrastructure and, therefore, critical assets for the global economy. Martin Stuchtey and Nela Duke lead work at the forefront of reshaping capital markets and will discuss the risks and opportunities of this transformation.

Speakers:

  • Martin Stuchtey, Founder and Co-CEO, The Landbanking Group
  • Nela Duke Ekpenyong, Co-founder and MP, Obudu Capital and Obudu Conservation Centre
  • Theresa Lieb, Vice President, Nature & Europe, GreenBiz Group

11:45 am EDT–12:00 pm EDT — A New Era of Corporate Climate Disclosure

Does increased transparency lead to increased accountability? How is the changing landscape of sustainability disclosure going to shift capital flows to catalyze the transition to a clean and just economy? A seismic shift is underway from governments and regulators around the world responding to mounting pressure to address climate change.

Speakers:

  • Mindy Lubber, President & CEO, Ceres
  • Grant Harrison, Vice President, Sustainable Finance & ESG, GreenBiz Group

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Andrew Siwo

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Head of Sustainable Investments & Climate Solutions, New York State Common Retirement Fund

Andrew Siwo is the Head of Sustainable Investments and Climate Solutions at the New York State Common Retirement Fund. He is charged with providing leadership and oversight of sustainable investment efforts across the Fund’s $272 billion portfolio and $40 billion commitment to sustainable investments. Previously, Siwo was an Investment Director and Head of Mission-Related Investments at Crewcial Partners, an investment consultancy to over 150 leading foundations and endowments.

Kyung-Ah Park

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Head of ESG Investment Management, Temasek

Kyung-Ah Park is the Head of ESG Investment Management at Temasek.

Grant Harrison

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Director, Sustainable Finance & ESG, GreenBiz Group

As Director, Sustainable Finance & ESG, Grant leads on program development for GreenFin – the premier sustainable finance and investing event aligning the sustainability, investment and finance communities. Grant works to direct the vigor of capital markets toward the realization of a clean and just economy, and to make GreenFin the launchpad of the ideas, insights and connections that will shift capital allocation to support sustainability. Grant previously served as Senior Account Executive with GreenBiz, working with clients across financial services, transportation, tech and consulting. Prior to joining GreenBiz, Grant worked under the auspices of the USDA implementing reforestation projects in fire-affected regions of Northern California.

Bob Massie

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Co-Founder and Senior Advisor to the Chief Executive, Global Reporting Initiative

For nearly 40 years, Bob Massie has been one of the leading visionaries in the field of sustainability and finance. He received a doctorate in corporate strategy from Harvard Business School and has written 3 books, including an award winning history of the South African divestment movement; served as the president of Ceres; and was the co-founder and first chair of the Global Reporting Initiative. In 2002 he was named one of the top 100 people in finance by CFO magazine and continues to play a major role in advancing the evolution of financial and impact materiality.

Molly Wood

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Founder & CEO, Molly Wood Media

Molly Wood is a longtime business and technology journalist turned venture capitalist. She is a veteran of national media (Marketplace, the New York Times, and CNET/CBS) and a podcasting hall-of-famer. Currently, she is scouting and advising climate tech startups as a venture partner at Amasia, and is the founder and CEO of Molly Wood Media, where she is podcasting, writing, and advising companies around climate storytelling and financing trends.

Joanna Bonnett

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President, Association of Corporate Treasurers

Joanna is an independent Group Treasurer and Chief Sustainability Officer delivering inspirational thinking grounded in pragmatic action. Until recently, Joanna spent seven years at PageGroup (commonly known as Michael Page) operating across 40 countries as their Group Treasurer and CSO, sitting on the board-appointed Sustainability Committee.

Paul Moinester

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Founder and Executive Director, The Outdoor Policy Outfit

Founder and Executive Director, The Outdoor Policy Outfit

Paul Bodnar

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Director of Sustainable Finance, Industry and Diplomacy, Bezos Earth Fund

Paul Bodnar is the Director of Sustainable Finance, Industry, and Diplomacy at the Bezos Earth Fund. He most recently served as Global Head of Sustainable Investing at BlackRock, where he helped build the firm's $500 billion sustainable funds business, and also served as Head of Sustainability Policy and Engagement. Prior to joining BlackRock, Paul held a variety of leadership positions in finance, government, and civil society. He was Chief Strategy Officer and Executive Council member at RMI (formerly Rocky Mountain Institute), where he founded the Center for Climate Aligned Finance. Paul served in the Obama White House as Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director for Energy and Climate Change at the National Security Council. Prior to that, Paul served at the State Department as U.S. lead negotiator for climate finance.

Heather Clancy

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Editorial Director, GreenBiz Group

Heather Clancy, vice president and editorial director at GreenBiz, specializes in chronicling the role of technology in enabling corporate climate action and transitioning to a clean, inclusive and regenerative economy. An award-winning journalist, she started her journalism career on the business desk of United Press International, and her articles have appeared in Entrepreneur, Fortune, The International Herald Tribune and The New York Times. Clancy was the launch editor for the Fortune Data Sheet, the magazine's newsletter dedicated to the business of technology. She co-authored the Amazon best-seller for entrepreneurs, "Niche Down, How to Become Legendary By Being Different." She is proud to serve on the boards of the WSLA Alumnae Group, a mentorship organization dedicated to nurturing feminine leadership in the corporate sustainability movement, and EcoAthletes, a collective of collegiate, professional and amateur athletes dedicate to using their voices to surface solutions to climate change.

Tom Steyer

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Co-Executive Chair, Galvanize Climate Solutions

Tom Steyer founded and ran Farallon Capital Management, a multi-strategy global investment business based in San Francisco, from 1986 until 2012. During that period, it grew assets from $6mm to $36bn. Over the same time, Tom was also a partner and Investment Committee member at Hellman & Friedman, a multi-billion dollar private equity firm. After retiring from Farallon, Tom dedicated himself to public service and philanthropy, with a focus on climate action. Tom is the Co-Founder of Beneficial State Bank, a triple bottom line community development financial institution founded in 2007 with over $1 billion in assets. Tom is also the Founder of NextGen America, the largest youth voter mobilization organization in American history. Most recently, Tom was a 2020 Democratic presidential candidate and beginning in April 2020 served as co-chair for Governor Newsom’s Business and Jobs Recovery Task Force. He also co-chaired Vice President Biden’s Climate Engagement Advisory Council to help mobilize climate voters.

Sarah Golden

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VP of Energy, GreenBiz Group

Sarah Golden is the VERGE Energy Conference Chair and Senior Analyst for GreenBiz Group. Driven by the urgency of the climate challenge, Sarah follows trends and innovations that are accelerating the clean energy transition. She brings more than a decade of experience in climate, clean energy and politics. She holds B.A. in Politics and Environmental Studies from Whitman College, and was an Annenberg Dean’s Scholar at the University of Southern California, where she earned an M.A. in Communications.

Tom Chi

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Founding Partner, At One Ventures

Tom Chi has worked in roles ranging from astrophysical researcher to Fortune 500 consultant to corporate executive leading hardware/software team to develop innovative products & services. He pioneered and practices a unique approach to rapid prototyping and leadership that can jumpstart innovative new ideas and move large organizations at unprecedented speeds. He was head of Product Experience and a founding member of Google X, and currently works to accelerate a future where humanity becomes a net positive to nature as Managing Partner of At One Ventures.

Bryan Lewis

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Program Manager, GreenBiz.org, GreenBiz Group

Bryan Lewis leads the Emerging Leaders program at GreenBiz.org, which elevates, cultivates and supports the next generation of Black, Indigenous and other leaders of color (BIPOC) in the climate community. Prior to joining GreenBiz, Bryan served as Executive Director of EcoWorks Detroit where he led climate and energy education, building decarbonization, and local community organizing initiatives. He has a background in youth mentorship and career development and currently leads a network of emerging clean energy leaders in Michigan.

Eric Faurot

 (
)

CEO, GreenBiz Group

Eric Faurot leads GreenBiz Group, the leading B2B media company amplifying sustainable innovation. In this role he is responsible for the overall strategy and growth of the company. Previously he managed and produced some of the most influential technology events, including COMDEX, INTEROP, Black Hat and Web 2.0. Most recently he grew the technology division of UBM from $38 million to $63 million in three years.

Martin Stuchtey

 (
)

Founder & Co-CEO, The Landbanking Group

Prof. Martin R. Stuchtey is a geologist and economist, and the founder of The Landbanking Group. This Nature Fintech is in service of the Paris and the Montreal agreement and aiming to bring natural capital onto our balance sheets. He is a former Senior and Managing Partner of McKinsey & Co. where he co-founded and led the global sustainability activities. Furthermore, Martin is founder of the systems change company SYSTEMIQ, professor for industrial systems in transition at the University of Innsbruck, investor, multiple board member and organic farmer. He is the author of numerous papers, press, radio and TV publications and the book "A Good Disruption - Redefining Growth in the 21st Century".

Nela Duke Ekpenyong

 (
)

Co-founder and MP, Obudu Capital & Obudu Conservation Centre

Nela is an investor, award-winning conservationist, philanthropic advisor, and entrepreneur with over a decade of experience in collaborating with prominent institutions dedicated to large-scale growth and development initiatives in Africa. Currently, Nela is the co-founder and CEO at LEGA.C Capital, a distinguished multi-family office. At LEGA.C, she leads a team committed to supporting the wealth and advancement of innovators, entrepreneurs, and affluent families. Additionally, Nela oversees the operations of Obudu Capital, LEGA.C's fund and accelerator firm, which stands out as Africa's pioneering nature-inspired fund. Through Obudu, Nela channels investments into climate technology projects aimed at facilitating climate adaptation across Africa.

Theresa Lieb

 (
)

Food Systems Analyst, GreenBiz Group

Theresa Lieb is a food systems analyst at GreenBiz, where she curates content and creates a community that make food and agriculture more sustainable, just, nourishing and resilient. As conference chair she is responsible for developing VERGE Food. Theresa brings international expertise in corporate sustainability, supply chains, development policy and finance. Prior to GreenBiz, she has worked with the United Nations, German Development Bank, ClimateWorks Foundation and WeWork. Theresa holds an MPhil in Environmental Change and Management from the University of Oxford and a BSc in International Development and Policy Science from Leiden University.

Mindy Lubber

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US
)

CEO and President of Ceres

Mindy Lubber is CEO and president of Ceres, a sustainability nonprofit organization working with the most influential investors and companies to build leadership and drive solutions throughout the economy. She has worked for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), has founded the Green Century Capital Management and served as President of the National Environmental Law Center.

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Andrew Siwo

 (
)
Head of Sustainable Investments & Climate Solutions, New York State Common Retirement Fund

Andrew Siwo is the Head of Sustainable Investments and Climate Solutions at the New York State Common Retirement Fund. He is charged with providing leadership and oversight of sustainable investment efforts across the Fund’s $272 billion portfolio and $40 billion commitment to sustainable investments. Previously, Siwo was an Investment Director and Head of Mission-Related Investments at Crewcial Partners, an investment consultancy to over 150 leading foundations and endowments.

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Kyung-Ah Park

 (
)
Head of ESG Investment Management, Temasek

Kyung-Ah Park is the Head of ESG Investment Management at Temasek.

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Grant Harrison

 (
)
Director, Sustainable Finance & ESG, GreenBiz Group

As Director, Sustainable Finance & ESG, Grant leads on program development for GreenFin – the premier sustainable finance and investing event aligning the sustainability, investment and finance communities. Grant works to direct the vigor of capital markets toward the realization of a clean and just economy, and to make GreenFin the launchpad of the ideas, insights and connections that will shift capital allocation to support sustainability. Grant previously served as Senior Account Executive with GreenBiz, working with clients across financial services, transportation, tech and consulting. Prior to joining GreenBiz, Grant worked under the auspices of the USDA implementing reforestation projects in fire-affected regions of Northern California.

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Bob Massie

 (
)
Co-Founder and Senior Advisor to the Chief Executive, Global Reporting Initiative

For nearly 40 years, Bob Massie has been one of the leading visionaries in the field of sustainability and finance. He received a doctorate in corporate strategy from Harvard Business School and has written 3 books, including an award winning history of the South African divestment movement; served as the president of Ceres; and was the co-founder and first chair of the Global Reporting Initiative. In 2002 he was named one of the top 100 people in finance by CFO magazine and continues to play a major role in advancing the evolution of financial and impact materiality.

Read less
Read more

Molly Wood

 (
)
Founder & CEO, Molly Wood Media

Molly Wood is a longtime business and technology journalist turned venture capitalist. She is a veteran of national media (Marketplace, the New York Times, and CNET/CBS) and a podcasting hall-of-famer. Currently, she is scouting and advising climate tech startups as a venture partner at Amasia, and is the founder and CEO of Molly Wood Media, where she is podcasting, writing, and advising companies around climate storytelling and financing trends.

Read less
Read more

Joanna Bonnett

 (
)
President, Association of Corporate Treasurers

Joanna is an independent Group Treasurer and Chief Sustainability Officer delivering inspirational thinking grounded in pragmatic action. Until recently, Joanna spent seven years at PageGroup (commonly known as Michael Page) operating across 40 countries as their Group Treasurer and CSO, sitting on the board-appointed Sustainability Committee.

Read less
Read more

Paul Moinester

 (
)
Founder and Executive Director, The Outdoor Policy Outfit

Founder and Executive Director, The Outdoor Policy Outfit

Read less
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Paul Bodnar

 (
)
Director of Sustainable Finance, Industry and Diplomacy, Bezos Earth Fund

Paul Bodnar is the Director of Sustainable Finance, Industry, and Diplomacy at the Bezos Earth Fund. He most recently served as Global Head of Sustainable Investing at BlackRock, where he helped build the firm's $500 billion sustainable funds business, and also served as Head of Sustainability Policy and Engagement. Prior to joining BlackRock, Paul held a variety of leadership positions in finance, government, and civil society. He was Chief Strategy Officer and Executive Council member at RMI (formerly Rocky Mountain Institute), where he founded the Center for Climate Aligned Finance. Paul served in the Obama White House as Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director for Energy and Climate Change at the National Security Council. Prior to that, Paul served at the State Department as U.S. lead negotiator for climate finance.

Read less
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Heather Clancy

 (
)
Editorial Director, GreenBiz Group

Heather Clancy, vice president and editorial director at GreenBiz, specializes in chronicling the role of technology in enabling corporate climate action and transitioning to a clean, inclusive and regenerative economy. An award-winning journalist, she started her journalism career on the business desk of United Press International, and her articles have appeared in Entrepreneur, Fortune, The International Herald Tribune and The New York Times. Clancy was the launch editor for the Fortune Data Sheet, the magazine's newsletter dedicated to the business of technology. She co-authored the Amazon best-seller for entrepreneurs, "Niche Down, How to Become Legendary By Being Different." She is proud to serve on the boards of the WSLA Alumnae Group, a mentorship organization dedicated to nurturing feminine leadership in the corporate sustainability movement, and EcoAthletes, a collective of collegiate, professional and amateur athletes dedicate to using their voices to surface solutions to climate change.

Read less
Read more

Tom Steyer

 (
)
Co-Executive Chair, Galvanize Climate Solutions

Tom Steyer founded and ran Farallon Capital Management, a multi-strategy global investment business based in San Francisco, from 1986 until 2012. During that period, it grew assets from $6mm to $36bn. Over the same time, Tom was also a partner and Investment Committee member at Hellman & Friedman, a multi-billion dollar private equity firm. After retiring from Farallon, Tom dedicated himself to public service and philanthropy, with a focus on climate action. Tom is the Co-Founder of Beneficial State Bank, a triple bottom line community development financial institution founded in 2007 with over $1 billion in assets. Tom is also the Founder of NextGen America, the largest youth voter mobilization organization in American history. Most recently, Tom was a 2020 Democratic presidential candidate and beginning in April 2020 served as co-chair for Governor Newsom’s Business and Jobs Recovery Task Force. He also co-chaired Vice President Biden’s Climate Engagement Advisory Council to help mobilize climate voters.

Read less
Read more

Sarah Golden

 (
)
VP of Energy, GreenBiz Group

Sarah Golden is the VERGE Energy Conference Chair and Senior Analyst for GreenBiz Group. Driven by the urgency of the climate challenge, Sarah follows trends and innovations that are accelerating the clean energy transition. She brings more than a decade of experience in climate, clean energy and politics. She holds B.A. in Politics and Environmental Studies from Whitman College, and was an Annenberg Dean’s Scholar at the University of Southern California, where she earned an M.A. in Communications.

Read less
Read more

Tom Chi

 (
)
Founding Partner, At One Ventures

Tom Chi has worked in roles ranging from astrophysical researcher to Fortune 500 consultant to corporate executive leading hardware/software team to develop innovative products & services. He pioneered and practices a unique approach to rapid prototyping and leadership that can jumpstart innovative new ideas and move large organizations at unprecedented speeds. He was head of Product Experience and a founding member of Google X, and currently works to accelerate a future where humanity becomes a net positive to nature as Managing Partner of At One Ventures.

Read less
Read more

Bryan Lewis

 (
)
Program Manager, GreenBiz.org, GreenBiz Group

Bryan Lewis leads the Emerging Leaders program at GreenBiz.org, which elevates, cultivates and supports the next generation of Black, Indigenous and other leaders of color (BIPOC) in the climate community. Prior to joining GreenBiz, Bryan served as Executive Director of EcoWorks Detroit where he led climate and energy education, building decarbonization, and local community organizing initiatives. He has a background in youth mentorship and career development and currently leads a network of emerging clean energy leaders in Michigan.

Read less
Read more

Eric Faurot

 (
)
CEO, GreenBiz Group

Eric Faurot leads GreenBiz Group, the leading B2B media company amplifying sustainable innovation. In this role he is responsible for the overall strategy and growth of the company. Previously he managed and produced some of the most influential technology events, including COMDEX, INTEROP, Black Hat and Web 2.0. Most recently he grew the technology division of UBM from $38 million to $63 million in three years.

Read less
Read more

Martin Stuchtey

 (
)
Founder & Co-CEO, The Landbanking Group

Prof. Martin R. Stuchtey is a geologist and economist, and the founder of The Landbanking Group. This Nature Fintech is in service of the Paris and the Montreal agreement and aiming to bring natural capital onto our balance sheets. He is a former Senior and Managing Partner of McKinsey & Co. where he co-founded and led the global sustainability activities. Furthermore, Martin is founder of the systems change company SYSTEMIQ, professor for industrial systems in transition at the University of Innsbruck, investor, multiple board member and organic farmer. He is the author of numerous papers, press, radio and TV publications and the book "A Good Disruption - Redefining Growth in the 21st Century".

Read less
Read more

Nela Duke Ekpenyong

 (
)
Co-founder and MP, Obudu Capital & Obudu Conservation Centre

Nela is an investor, award-winning conservationist, philanthropic advisor, and entrepreneur with over a decade of experience in collaborating with prominent institutions dedicated to large-scale growth and development initiatives in Africa. Currently, Nela is the co-founder and CEO at LEGA.C Capital, a distinguished multi-family office. At LEGA.C, she leads a team committed to supporting the wealth and advancement of innovators, entrepreneurs, and affluent families. Additionally, Nela oversees the operations of Obudu Capital, LEGA.C's fund and accelerator firm, which stands out as Africa's pioneering nature-inspired fund. Through Obudu, Nela channels investments into climate technology projects aimed at facilitating climate adaptation across Africa.

Read less
Read more

Theresa Lieb

 (
)
Food Systems Analyst, GreenBiz Group

Theresa Lieb is a food systems analyst at GreenBiz, where she curates content and creates a community that make food and agriculture more sustainable, just, nourishing and resilient. As conference chair she is responsible for developing VERGE Food. Theresa brings international expertise in corporate sustainability, supply chains, development policy and finance. Prior to GreenBiz, she has worked with the United Nations, German Development Bank, ClimateWorks Foundation and WeWork. Theresa holds an MPhil in Environmental Change and Management from the University of Oxford and a BSc in International Development and Policy Science from Leiden University.

Read less
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Mindy Lubber

 (
US
)
CEO and President of Ceres

Mindy Lubber is CEO and president of Ceres, a sustainability nonprofit organization working with the most influential investors and companies to build leadership and drive solutions throughout the economy. She has worked for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), has founded the Green Century Capital Management and served as President of the National Environmental Law Center.

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