Peak Everything - Enough To Go Round?: Finance, Biodiversity and Managed Ecosystems

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Finance, Biodiversity and Managed Ecosystems by Dr Genevieve Patenaude, University of Edinburgh

Panel Discussion:
Finance, Biodiversity and Managed Ecosystems: Where's the Data? 
   by Professor David Hill, Chairman of The Environment Bank Ltd
   Dr Genevieve Patenaude, University of Edinburgh
   Ivo Mulder, Programme Officer at UNEP Finance Initiative 
   James Stacey, Partner at Earth Capital Partners

Closing Remarks:
Alderman Professor Michael Mainelli, Chairman of Z/Yen Group

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This event was on Thu, 24 Mar 2011


Dr Genevieve Patenaude

Dr Patenaude was awarded a PhD from the University of Oxford in 2006 and has since taken a lectureship position at the University of Edinburgh...

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Professor David Hill

David Hill is Chairman and co-founder of The Environment Bank Ltd, Deputy Chair of Natural England and a member of the Board of the UK...

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Ivo Mulder

Ivo Mulder is a Programme Officer for the UN Environment Programme – Finance Initiative (UNEP FI), based in Geneva. UNEP FI is a strategic partnership...

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James Stacey

James Stacey is a Partner at Earth Capital Partners LLP (ECP) with responsibility for ECP's sustainable finance strategy and integration of Environment, Social and Governance...

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alderman professor michael mainelli

Lord Mayor Professor Michael Mainelli

Mercers’ School Memorial Professor of Business

Alderman Professor Michael Mainelli MStJ PhD MPhil BA FCCA FCSI(Hon) FBCS CITP FIC CMC MEI is Honorary Life Fellow of Gresham College and Emeritus Mercers'...

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