Roundtable lunches are small-group consultative sessions led by experts and thought leaders, held at roundtables of 8 to 10 participants. They are freeform, with each reflecting the topic and style of the moderator. In some cases, participants have lots of questions for the Roundtable Leader. In others, the Roundtable Leader has a question or challenge for the participants. The idea is to make it as interactive as possible, addressing the interests of those at the table. We typically recommend preparing a brief one-minute overview of your topic and being prepared with a few questions for the participants at your table to get the conversation going.
Corporate Insights Into Science-Based Targets for Nature - Table Host: Jess McGlyn, Science Based Targets Network
Biodiversity Credits: A Meaningful Mechanism for Businesses to Invest in Nature - Table Host: Sinclair Vincent, Verra
Nature-Based Solutions from Idea to Action: How to Move Your Company to Act on Nature - Table Host: Esther Choi, World Resources Institute
Nature Tech's Role in Achieving and Scaling Nature-Positive Supply Chains - Table Host: Alan Kroeger, Satelligence
Ground Truthing Your Nature-Positive Strategy - Table Host: Kat Bruce, NatureMetrics
The “Pest Friends” Game: Your New Tool for Boosting Engagement in Integrated Pest Management - Table Host: Dayna Gross, Syngenta