Former Chair and C.E.O., Danone
Emmanuel Faber is the former chair and C.E.O. of Danone, a trailblazer for regenerative food and agriculture practices and social inclusion. He led the multinational company to become an environmental, social and governance leader, which culminated with the adoption by a 99% vote of shareholders in favor of the new French status of Entreprise à Mission in 2020, whereby Danone will become the only publicly listed company in the world that reports its financial earnings on a Scope 3 CO2-adjusted basis. He is the founder and chair of the One Planet Business for Biodiversity coalition, pushing for agricultural biodiversity and soil health, as well as a founder of the G7 Business for Inclusive Growth coalition, co-chaired with O.E.C.D. secretary general. He is a member of the U.K. G7 Impact Taskforce and a member of the Transformational Economics Commission of the Club of Rome. He is also the former co-chair of the Consumer Goods Forum.
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