Mike Weeks on the flaws of Environmental Social Governance
By Blue Earth Summit
Mike Weeks is the lead for global business development at Laconic Infrastructure Partners, an American ESG company that is developing the world’s largest organic regenerative eco-culture projects alongside the company’s proprietary environmental sensing platform, SADAR.
On this week’s episode of the podcast, Mike discusses the principle of Environmental Social Governance, including how he believes it’s been hijacked by big companies to make themselves look good - and explains what consumers can do to cut through the potential fake use of the need for ESG activities and governance.
He also tells host Laura Nesbitt about some of the amazing projects he’s working on in Bali, including restoring polluted rice paddies, cleaning river systems and developing a centre of excellence for regenerative agriculture.
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