Climate Change

This Indigenous principle could transform how we invest in nature

Indigenous communities and principles can offer fresh perspectives on investing that provide for long-term goals and personal responsibility. Image: Unsplash/Josh Withers

Gill Einhorn

Head, Innovation and Transformation, Centre for Nature and Climate, World Economic Forum

David Sangokoya

Head, Civil Society Impact, World Economic Forum

Professor Deen Sanders OAM

Integrity Lead and Indigenous Leader, Deloitte

Guy Williams

Asia Pacific and Global Nature Lead, Deloitte

Alice Bell

Integrity Director, Deloitte

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