Monthly Archives: April 2022


Digital Transformations Within the Financial & ESG Industry With David Bennell (Ep. 66)

Financial services are constantly evolving and becoming increasingly digital. 

Trading digital assets — whether it is ESG data, crypto, or other financial products (across centralized and decentralized finance platforms) — is starting to change the overall investment process.

In this episode, Kimberly Griego-Kiel sits down with returning guest David Bennell, advisor at Transformational Investing in Food Systems (TIFS). Together, they talk about the standardization of impact investing in the government and industry and the effects of decentralized financial trading. Kim and David also unveil easy things we can do to adjust and be prepared for the newest era of the web. 

Kim and David discuss:

  • Standardizing impact investing on the government and industry level
  • How crypto impacts the overall investment process
  • Accepting the new digital era based on trust and time 
  • Understanding the ‘what’ and not the ‘how’ of web 3.0
  • And more!


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About Our Guest:

David Bannell is a global leader in ESG and Sustainability engagement between corporations, investors, and non-profits. He bridges the ESG gap between investors and companies by creating engagement tools and collaborations like the investor portal Engage The Chain and the six-part global Food Systems Dialogue for Investors series, which had participation from over 75 major corporations and 50+ institutional investors and major banks.


Must-Know Takeaways from the UN’s 2022 Climate Change Report (Ep. 65)

While we may not see the effects of climate change in our everyday lives, its impact on our environment is increasing across the globe.

In this episode, Kim Griego-Kiel sheds light on vulnerability and adaptation as two key points of the UN’s 2022 Climate Change Report. This report assesses the impacts of climate change, looking at ecosystems, biodiversity, and human communities at global and regional levels. It also reviews vulnerabilities and the capacities and limits of the natural world and human societies to adapt to climate change.

Kim discusses:

  • The vulnerability of our ecosystems, infrastructure, and energy systems 
  •  Impacting climate crisis through adaptation 
  • The critical need to implement global sustainability practices for the global wellbeing
  • How you can use the UN’s report to start to take action with your investing 
  • And more!


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