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Emily Landis

Global Climate & Ocean Director, The Nature Conservancy

Emily is the Global Director for Climate and Ocean at The Nature Conservancy (TNC). She leads the global effort to mainstream the values of ocean ecosystems to reduce climate risks through policy, science, partnerships and supports field programs in over 15 countries. In this role, she represents TNC in the Global Mangrove Alliance, which she played a leading role in its founding, is TNC’s representative for the UNFCCC’s Ocean Breakthroughs, and a scientific advisor to the Blue Carbon Initiative.

Prior to joining The Conservancy, Emily worked for the Global Ocean Commission, The Pew Charitable Trusts and Rare. Emily holds a graduate degree in biology from the University College of London and a dual BA/BS degree in international policy and environmental science.

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Markus Müller

Deutsche Bank AG Private Bank, Chief Investment Officer ESG & Global Head Chief Investment Office

Erin Marchington

Environment and Climate Change Canada, Senior Policy Advisor and Manager