Contributor: Margot Hill Clarvis

Margot Hill Clarvis

About Margot Hill Clarvis

Margot Hill Clarvis is a Senior Manager at Earth Security Group. Prior to joining ESG, Margot worked at UNEP-Finance Initiative on the intersecting challenges between finance and water, climate and natural capital risks. She was project manager for E-RISC (Environmental Risk Integration in Sovereign Credit Analysis), a project coordinating research to explore the integration of environmental risk in sovereign bond ratings with a group of banks and financial institutions. Margot has led research projects on environmental and sustainable finance, water governance and climate change adaptation for a number of international organisations such as WWF, IUCN, ODI and UNEP. She also co-developed and jointly led the development of a university-wide sustainable finance teaching and outreach programme at the University of Geneva, while also being responsible for the Sustainable Finance module of their executive programme. She has previously held positions at ESG information provider Asset4-Thompson Reuters, and BPO provider Xchanging, in the banking and finance sector in London and Frankfurt. She holds a PhD in Environmental Sciences from the University of Geneva, an MSc in Environmental Technology from Imperial College London, and a B.A. Hons in Classics from the University of Cambridge. A Swiss-British national, her native language is English, but she also speaks Swiss-German, German, French and Spanish.

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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