Equator Banks have approved a major update to the Equator Principles, referred to as EPIII. It has extended its scope to project-related corporate loans and bridge loans. Shortlink: http://wp.me/p27qSt-xl Read the rest of this entry »
Prizma is pleased to be invited by Roscoe Postle Associates (RPA) to support its assignment as Independent Engineer of a mining project. This includes providing an opinion about the project’s alignment with the Equator Principle.
Following a successful conference on Sustainable Cities held in the UAE, the Fulbright Academy is now gathering members of the Fulbright community and other leaders to tackle the global health crisis. This event will be held from 24 to 27 May 2013 in Jamaica. Key note speakers includes sex therapist Dr. Ruth, NBA legend and philanthropist Dikembe Mutombo, and Ambassador Pamela Bridgewater. Updated conference information/links posted below.
I was notified that my LinkedIn profile is among the top 1% most viewed profiles for 2012. But what does this mean? Before exploring this question (below), I decided to update my LinkedIn photo. Do you like it...?
A recent BBOP newsletter and Kumtor Gold’s development of its Biodiversity Management Strategy underlined this: many (perhaps not all) roads lead to Rome and positive conservation outcomes. Does Kumtor's approach to support snow leopard and other conservation efforts in Central Asia add value? Will it's collaboration with NGOs such as FFI, the Sarychat Ertash Nature Reserve (Zapovednik) and others work?
Taking a break from drafting a sustainability report about a diamond mine, I was enjoying an endorsement by someone who has been observing me dealing with biodiversity and stakeholder engagement. I cherish it along with my other ca 200 endorsements (many thanks!). But are such endorsements gimmicky or do they provide insights about core skills, experiences & peer network?