Eugenie is Senior ESG Analyst on the Natural Capital Transition Fund, and Earth Pillar Lead. She is responsible for research and engagement on natural capital issues including deforestation, the circular economy and sustainable agriculture.
Experience and qualifications
Eugenie was part of Greenpeace International’s Forests team, where she worked on deforestation driven by palm oil, pulp & paper, cattle and soy. Previously, she spent fourteen years as a sustainability consultant advising major international companies, including FTSE100s, on their social, ethical, and environmental strategies and performance. Prior to consulting, Eugenie worked with EIRIS on the creation of FTSE4Good in 2001, following an MSc in Business and Environment at Imperial College, London. She started her career as a strategy consultant with Bain & Company in London and Johannesburg, following a degree in Geography at Oxford University where she specialised in the history of climate change.
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