Resilience through business models and partnerships with business schools

This is a 2-part panel discussion hosted at the COP Resilience Hub

The first part of the session (30 min) is the launching of a partnership between GRP, UNDP, GNAM and a number of business schools. Participants from the business schools, GRP and UNDP will join in a panel discussion about what the partnership can mean for projects on the ground, and what it can mean for the business schools. 

The focus of the second part of the session is to highlight the importance of working with projects on the ground, build capacity, and transferring of knowledge and skills. It will be a brief description of the Resilient Agriculture Innovations for Nature (RAIN) Challenge, followed by panel with one grantee, one GRP Mentor from East Africa, plus a representative from MunichRe. The topic will be RAIN and how to make nature positive agriculture work better in practice.


Jesper Hornberg, Head of Innovation, GRP
Nathanial Matthews, CEO, GRP
Pradeep Kurukulasuriya, UNDP
Gerald David, Challenge Fund Manager, GRP
Renate Bleich, Chair, Munich Re Foundation
Moses Kimani, GRP/RAIN Mentor

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