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Nitesh Dullabh joins Environmental Resources Management


2008 Tutu Fellow Nitesh Dullabh has been appointed as Partner, Corporate Sustainability and Climate Change (CS&CC) at Environmental Resources Management, or ERM.  He began his new position in April 2021.

ERM is a leading sustainability consultancy, and the global sustainability and climate change practice provides innovative advisory services from Board engagement to operationalizing sustainability.  Environmental sustainability has become a business-critical issue for many enterprises. Nitesh intends to building on his sustainability experience and leverage ERM’s business process transformation capability, deep subject-matter expertise, and experienced teams.  This includes assisting local and global clients to integrate environmental sustainability practices into the fabric of their organizations for continuous improvement and to unlock business value for current and future generations.

His team will conduct assessments, goal-setting, the embedding of environmental sustainability goals into business strategy, and disclosing through reporting guidelines. ERM's CS&CC practice is one of the fastest-growing in a business with annual double-digit growth.

Nitesh's career includes having previously served in South African president Nelson Mandela’s government as a Director in the Department of Trade & Industry and as a Commercial Attaché to the South African Embassy in China. He has more than 20 years of experience in facilitating Fortune 200 companies with their global expansion projects in developed and emerging markets and in particular, guiding organisations in building resilient sustainability programmes in line with UN Environmental and Sustainability Goals.

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