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FLINTpro

Making Nature Great Again

This episode is about making nature great again with Rob Waterworth. He is Co-Founder & Chief Science and Innovation Officer at FLINTpro. The company enables managing and reporting emissions and nature risks across a portfolio. Clients use FLINTpro to understand the Scope 1 and 3 emissions liability, deforestation risk, and biodiversity impact of their portfolio and future investment opportunities. The company also assists to navigate evolving disclosure requirements and generate audit-ready reports. This was the subject of some interesting discussion about generative AI. Additionally, they help identify emissions reduction and value creation opportunities to reach a client's climate commitments.

Rob had a terrific sense of humour and was an enthusiastic guest. I am privileged on this podcast to have one on one time with a series of leaders in our industry. Rob was a great example of the charisma, intellect and spirit that define those who lead us.

I should say something about the effort that can go into making these episodes happen. It was quite a mission to get FLINTpro on. It started with hearing about them from Gillian Mollod through the episode I did with her in April:

I then pursed their new marketing manager Erika Gammon basically the day she joined FLINTpro... The date she offered for an interview gave an opportunity to do the first ever studio based, in person interview. This is because Rob happened to be in the UK for a conference. I had the chance to schedule something before he went back to Australia. We were cutting it fine though because just one day before the recording I had returned to the UK from the US. This meant I was tired during the session because I had just come back after a punishing 2 weeks working UK time-zone hours from DC then California. Yes, midnight to 8am 😅. But it was all worth it in the end!

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