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An exclusive interview with Tim Mohin, GRI’s new Chief Executive


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An exclusive interview with Tim Mohin, GRI’s new Chief Executive
An exclusive interview with Tim Mohin, GRI’s new Chief Executive

GRI-Chie-Executive-Tim-Mohin-sustaincase-exclusive-interviewIn December 2016 Tim Mohin, a well-known sustainability practitioner, advocate and author, was appointed as GRI’s new Chief Executive. Mr. Mohin has tremendous experience with global sustainability, from his years with leading companies and governments. The SustainCase Editor, Simon Pitsillides, interviewed Mr. Mohin on the key challenges facing sustainability today and the opportunities presented by his new role.

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