#100: The potential of integrated finance and sustainability

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Claudine Blamey from The Crown Estate shares:

  • The Crown Estate’s 2030 vision for sustainable success
  • The need to measure positive and negative impacts on all forms of capital in the business
  • Why monetising impact can help drive sustainable success
  • The challenges of doing financials differently
  • Why you need to put finance first for sustainable success
“Sustainability departments in organisations must never work on their own. They have to collaborate with the other parts of the business if you want to truly get [sustainable] integration going. You’ve got to influence. You’ve got to work together.”Claudine Blamey

Claudine has been Head of Sustainability and Stewardship at The Crown Estate since April 2015. She is responsible for the sustainability strategy for the business and champions The Crown Estate’s Total Contribution approach, a methodology to measure the economic value of the impact the business has on its ‘capitals’.

Claudine joined from SEGRO where she was Head of Sustainability.  Prior to this she was Director of Corporate Responsibility at British Land

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