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Webinar: Althelia Impact Reporting methodology with Emma Lear

Posted by Natalia Krasnodebska Sep 19, 2018 Posted in Past webinars

Please join us for a finance webinar with Emma Lear the ESG & Impact Director at Althelia

Emma will present their recent Impact Report as a case study of how to measure and report impact at landscape scale and share the methodology behind how they developed the impact reporting framework.

Monday September 24th, 11am CET

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Meeting ID: 954 921 622
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Emma Lear, ESG & Impact Director
Emma is responsible for coordinating the environmental, social and governance (ESG) aspects of Althelia’s investments. She supports and works closely with Dr Jill Shankleman to assess the environmental and social impacts of projects, and alongside portfolio investments to ensure compliance with Althelia’s environmental, social and governance standard.

This post was edited on Sep 19, 2018 by Natalia Krasnodebska

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Comments (2)

Willemijn de Iongh says... Sep 19, 2018

Exciting!

Paul Chatterton says... Sep 19, 2018

I have to say that this impact report is perhaps the clearest and best thought out I have seen in the conservation, development or climate worlds.  It is a really impressive document and a great record of the work of an impressive team.  I am really looking forward to hearing more about the mechanism of collecting such clear information.  Well worth participating in the call. 

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