Please join the summit on Fueling our Future: Rethinking Food and Energy in conjunction with the INSEAD Alumni Forum Europe
This hybrid, interactive convening will take place on March 23rd, 2-5 p.m. at 40 Strand, London, and feature overviews, expert talks, and networking around the sustainable future of food and energy production and delivery. All are welcome as learners, idea contributors, and solution co-creators
Sponsored by INDEVOR Global Impact Club, the Energy Club, and the Community Impact Challenge and hosted by Bain & Company, the event marks the 30th anniversary of INSEAD’s INDEVOR Global Impact Club and the 3rd anniversary of the Community Impact Challenge.
Rethinking Energy Fireside Chat:
Julian Critchlow: Former UK Dir. General Energy Transformation & Clean Growth, U.K. Government. Energy Carbon & Transition Center, Bain & Company.
Tom Delay: CEO, UK Carbon Trust
Rethinking Food Fireside Chat:
Henry Dimbleby: Author of Ravenous: How to Get Ourselves and Our Planet Into Shape, co-founder of Leon restaurants and director of the Sustainable Restaurant Association.
Katell le Goulven: PhD Agricultural Economics, Executive Dir. of INSEAD’s Hoffman Global Institute for Business & Society.
UK author of The National Food Strategy, The School Food Plan and Ravenous: How to Get Ourselves and Our Planet Into Shape, co-founded the Leon restaurant chain. He is also co-founder and Director of The Sustainable Restaurant Association and of London Union, which runs some of London’s most successful street food markets. He was appointed lead non-executive board member of the UK Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs in March 2018.
Henry previously worked as a Strategy Consultant at Bain & Company (1995-2002) where he advised businesses on strategy, performance improvement and organizational design.
Julian is an advising partner at Bain & Company’s Energy and Carbon Transition Center and the former head of the firm’s global Utilities and Alternative Energy practices. He served as the UK Government Director General of Energy Transformation and Clean Growth, leading cross-government action to deliver Net Zero domestically and internationally, including integrated and inclusive governance for climate action. His commitment to clean propulsion extends to swimming the English Channel – four times so far.
Katell le Goulven
Katell is the Executive Director of the Hoffmann Global Institute for Business and Society. Previously with UNICEF, she founded a Policy Planning unit to analyze global trends and emerging issues and inform UNICEF’s strategic positioning, and led UNICEF’s corporate engagement with International Financial Institutions. Katell holds a PhD in Agricultural Economics, an MS in Tropical Agronomy, and an Engineering degree. She recently moderated food industry discussions at Davos.
Tom is CEO of the UK Carbon Trust, a world leader in advising businesses and governments on Net Zero and developing low-carbon technologies, markets, and businesses. He has taken the company’s unique capabilities to China, Singapore, Mexico, Brazil, and South Africa, extending its mission to accelerate decarbonization. Prior to Carbon Trust, Tom worked for Shell for 16 years in commercial and operations roles in Africa and Europe before moving into management consultancy with McKinsey and A.T. Kearney. He studied Mechanical Engineering at the University of Southampton and has an MBA from INSEAD. In 2018, he was awarded a CBE by the Queen for services to sustainability in business.
Date / Time:
March 23, 2023
2 PM – GMT
The link will be distributed closer to the event date.
Bain & Company
40 StrandLondon, England,
Limited spots available!