Just under four weeks to go until our online convening goes live. Bringing together multiple stakeholders from the private, development, political and finance sectors we will create a new, highly innovative, catalytic fund that addresses the global issues of plastic waste and lack of access to clean water and decent sanitation.
We've invited a wide range of individuals to speak at our convening, all of whom are passionate about what they do and recognise that collaboration will help us move forward in a post-Covid-19 world.
HERE ARE SOME OF OUR SPEAKERS
Satya S. Tripathi
A development economist and lawyer with nearly 40 years of varied experience, Satya has served with the UN since 1998 in key positions in Europe, Asia and Africa in areas of Climate Change, Human Rights, Democratic Governance and Legal Affairs.
Dr. Chantal Line Carpentier
In order to effectively deal with the ambition and complexity of meeting the SDGs, Chantal Line believes that partnerships and closer cooperation with the private sector and civil society are essential, and that each one of us has a role to play to achieve the SDGs by 2030.
Catherine is CEO of Elior UK, one of the largest foodservice operators in the country. With more than 20 years' experience in food service her aim is to grow the UK business in a strong & ethical way, creative a positive loyal culture and a team that's focused on delivering a first class experience for clients and their customers.
Michael is passionate about supporting the execution of all commercial supply chain activity through the lens of store colleagues.
The Co-op were the first signatory to become a partner of Water Unite, recognising the unique approach to create a new, innovative way of funding development and the SGDs.