Contributor: Alejandro Litovsky

Alejandro Litovsky

About Alejandro Litovsky

Alejandro Litovsky is the Founder and CEO of the Earth Security Group in London. He is a trusted strategic advisor to companies, investors and governments on ESG challenges. Alejandro has developed a new method based on country data, to help companies understand the critical resource boundaries to which they are exposed and improve their collaboration with governments and stakeholders. He is Argentinean and has lived in London for over a decade, working at the interface of corporate leadership, political risk in emerging markets and proactive government affairs.etween 2004 and 2010, he held senior positions at the London-based consultancies AccountAbility and Volans/Business of Social Innovation, and worked for Shell International’s Future Scenarios team. He has worked globally in all major emerging markets to help companies and governments move towards new forms of cooperation for sustainable development. Prior to coming to London, between 1998 and 2003, he supported large resource-infrastructure companies in Argentina to engage policy-makers on sustainable development, and worked as an impact investment manager with the Swiss-based Avina Foundation in Buenos Aires, the leading player advancing corporate sustainabiltiy innovation on social and environmental challenges in Latin America. He holds an MSc in Political Sociology from the London School of Economics, where he was awarded LSE’s 2004 Hobhouse Memorial Prize for highest academic achievement. He is also the recipient of the 2012 BMW Foundation Young Leader Award.

Corporate Leadership For Depleting Aquifers

Earth Security Group’s CEO brief warns that depletion of aquifers is creating systemic business risks and geopolitical challenges. See why authors Litovsky & Hill Clarvis think these are risks so great that countries & MNCs must come together to collaborate on solutions … more



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