Guy Williams is an Executive Director at Pollination’s advisory team. Guy brings over 20 years’ experience at the leading edge of industry innovation and strategy in biodiversity and natural capital. Prior to joining Pollination, Guy held global roles at some of the largest consulting and advisory firms, as well as being an integral part in the development of many nature-related frameworks and standards such as the TNFD and SBTN. Guy serves on the membership of the Taskforce on Nature-Related Financial Disclosure, the IUCN Commission on Ecosystem Management and Species Survival Commission, and is an active supporter of the Science Based Targets Network. Guy possesses a deep interest in primate conservation, and the use of digital media and community-led storytelling to support effective conservation strategies.
Jono is an Associate Director of Client Relations at Morningstar Sustainalytics and has recently transferred to oversee the APAC Client Advisory team after 8 years in the United Kingdom, including five with Sustainalytics. During this time he worked as the lead Advisor for some of Morningstar Sustainalytics’ largest clients internationally, and has spent the last two years focusing on Sustainalytics’ commercial strategy for data on EU regulatory requirements such as SFDR and the EU Taxonomy.
Greg Munford is a Senior Investment Strategist with the Sustainable Investment team at the Guardians. With over 15 years in the climate, energy, agriculture, forestry, water and transport sectors spanning New Zealand, Asia, Pacific, Europe and the Americas, Greg has led dozens of successful environment, social and governance (ESG) initiatives with national and international partners, across investment, business, government and multilateral institutions. Greg brings this experience and cross-disciplinary training in physical and social/policy sciences to bear in addressing the NZ Super Fund's risks, opportunities and reporting requirements across the climate, nature and broader ESG spectrum.
Gael is an Environmental Scientist with a technical background in climate change, biodiversity and private sector sustainability practices. Currently she is providing advisory services to the investment sector on identifying, managing and reporting on ESG practices in their current and prospective portfolios. She has particular expertise in the application of ESG frameworks to early stage investment and nature-related business impact. Gael holds a number of governance positions and is the founder and director of social enterprise, Nature’s Grace Aotearoa.