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Black Water
Helping companies and investors navigate the new normal FOR protecting people, planet and profits.
BUILDING A MORE SUSTAINABLE, INCLUSIVE, AND EQUITABLE ECONOMY.
  

2021:THE GREAT RESET FOR CAPITALISM AND COMMERCE

MARK TULAY

Making the world sustainable for generations to come.

Helping companies and investors measure and manage what matters most for community, equality and environmental stewardship.

(202) 492-4357

VIENNA, VA, 22181 | UNITED STATES | MARK@SUSTAINABILITYRISK.ORG  | MARK@2PERCENT.ORG

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BUSINESS AS UNUSUAL: TRANSFORMING CAPITAL MARKETS AND BUSINESS PRACTICES FOR A BETTER AND SUSTAINABLE WORLD.

 

Mark Tulay has over 25 years of experience in the sustainability movement.  He started as the first full-time employee of Ceres and played an early role in the launch of the Global Reporting Initiative.  

Mark has served in leadership positions advising companies, institutional investors, NGOs and government agencies on best practices and innovations in the measuring and improving corporate sustainability performance.

He was Founder and CEO for the Test of Corporate Purpose that provided the first in-depth assessment of corporate ESG performance during the pandemic.  The findings and ratings are available for download at - thecorporatepurpose.com.  

 

He is an expert in the alphabet soup of ESG standards, including SASB, GRI, CDP, and the TCFD.

 

Mark has worked for the Nature Conservancy, Greenpeace, CDP, ISS, GRI and several globally focused sustainability organizations. 

 

He is a frequent speaker on emerging ESG issues and has written dozens of articles in prominent publications including the New York Times, Barrons and Responsible Investor.  

He serves on the advisory board of Walgreens and is now launching a new ESG rating agency called 2percent (www.2percent.org) that will provides bold, decisive and future-focused ratings and ESG research and analytics.

He is available to advise companies, investors, and NGOs on the full array of environmental, social and corporate governance issues.  

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