Joss Tantram

Joss Tantram is a recognised expert in sustainability; specialising in innovation, strategy, management and reporting.

He has worked with clients on topics as varied as the valuation of sustainable business practice, stimulating investment innovation for sustainability, strategy development, sustainable procurement and reporting.

Prior to Terrafiniti, Joss was a co-founder of WWF-UK's Business Education Unit. He was responsible for the concept and development of “To Whose Profit?: Building a Business Case for Sustainability”, and was co-author of “To Whose Profit?(ii): Evolution – Building Sustainable Corporate Strategy”.

After leaving WWF Terrafiniti (as Terra Consult), worked throughout Europe and across the world to support clients in understanding and responding to the challenges of sustainability. Joss lead Terra’s work to conceive, design and deliver the WWF International One Planet Leaders initiative, a global executive development programme in sustainability, attracting delegates from some of the world's largest companies.

Most recently, Joss has lead Terrafiniti’s long term strategic support to clients, developing groundbreaking and ambitious long-term sustainability strategies.

Joss was Chair of the Guidance Working Group of the Royal Society of Arts’ (RSA) Forum on Citizens Technology and the Marketplace, a member of the judges on the Association of Chartered and Certified Accountants (ACCA) Sustainable Corporate Reporting Panel , a member of the judges of the Charities Aid Foundation (CAF) Corporate Community Investment (CCI) Awards, and a member of the British Standards Institution (BSI) Technical Committee SDS/1 providing UK contribution to the development of ISO 26000 Social Responsibility Guidance Standard.

Joss is also a driving force behind “Towards 9 Billion”, Terrafiniti’s R&D initiative to unlock and drive innovation towards a sustainable future.

Recent Past Lectures
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Part Four: How to Incentivise Sustainable Finance

Dr Matthew Kiernan
Thursday, 1 March 2012 - 4:00PM