Leo Johnson is PwC’s partner in their Sustainability and Climate Change practice, and has been a Presenter of BBC World News One Square Mile, and is a Visiting Fellow of Smith School of Enterprise and Environment, Oxford.
He is the Co-Founder of Sustainable Finance, advisor to over 50 global banks and businesses – and now part of PWC. Recently he has spent two years researching and writing a book on sustainable cities called the Turnaround Challenge, in which he outlines three emerging cities of the future: Petropolis, Cyburbia and The Distributed City.
Leo is a regular commentator on CNBC and frequently writes for the Wall Street Journal, FT and Spectator. He has also written the book Beyond Risk and won the IFC Corporate Award for his work with the financial sector. Leo also lectures at academic institutions such as at LSE and the Cambridge Programme for Industry.
He will be speaking at the Responsible Business Week session Future Cities: Urban utopias or urban nightmare?