Fabien Hassan has been with Boston Consulting Group since 2016. He is now focused on climate and the environment across industries, and is a core member of the Social Impact practice. In 2017-2018, he was an Ambassador with the Strategy Lab of the BCG Henderson Institute in New York, exploring topics such as sustainability, long-term orientation of companies, corporate vitality, and digital transformation.
Fabien’s recent case experience includes supporting a leading corporate coalition on biodiversity protection, developing and implementing the global advocacy strategy of a leading conservation organization, and designing the decarbonization strategy of a private equity fund.
Soon, companies will be required to report and act on a much broader group of nature-related risks than climate change alone. Is your company ready?
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Organizational change does not follow a linear path but rather moves across a landscape—the topography of which is always shifting.
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