Being a ‘corporate greenie’ and ‘barefoot GC’

By Jerome Doraisamy|05 June 2019

Greenpeace Australia general counsel Katrina Bullock says that clients and the broader community must understand that individuals and institutions can be both commercially minded and environmentally sustainable.

In this episode of The Corporate Counsel Show, Jerome Doraisamy and Katrina discuss her vocational journey, passion for the projects she undertakes, and how that fuels a strategic approach to help clients implement new ways of thinking that are still good for the bottom line.

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Being a ‘corporate greenie’ and ‘barefoot GC’
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