Louise Koch: ‘Our greatest setback to progress will be the ‘me, now’ mentality’

    Louise Koch: ‘Our greatest setback to progress will be the ‘me, now’ mentality’

    Stuart Stone

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    Credit: Grundfos


    Credit: Grundfos

    Grundfos’ Louise Koch explains what makes sustainability a ‘team sport’, hails the importance of ‘low hanging fruit’ technologies, and shares why a background in anthropology has helped her pursue a green career

    Louise Koch is group head of sustainability at Grundfos, where she spearheads the Danish water technology firm’s environmental strategy. Koch joined Grundfos from Dell Technologies, where she served…

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