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Victoria Puxley

Brief info

Victoria is a UK-qualified lawyer at the Commonwealth Climate Law Initiative (CCLI), where she focusses on amplifying research and legal opinions on the implications of climate change and biodiversity loss to corporate and financial law, in order to transform the mainstream understanding of fiduciary duty and sustainability around the world.

Victoria is also the Founder of Puxley ESG, a legal consulting business headquartered in Nairobi that activates the law for a sustainable future. She advises international corporations on their exposure to climate-related risks and supports clients with their sustainability governance. Victoria has a particular interest in the "just transition" and advising African organisations on striking a balance between the transition to a low carbon economy whilst protecting the rights of affected communities. 

Victoria is a tutor on the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL) Governance for a Sustainable Future course and she is also the convenor for the legal practice group at the ESG Exchange, where she is collaborating with global sustainability experts to create a playbook for international business on "How to mitigate the risk of greenwashing".