A Complimentary Virtual Event

Climate Action Requires Collaborative Action: How Innovative Organizations are Driving Impact

October 21, 2021 | 3:00 - 4:00 PM EST

Organizational leaders from different sectors share how to move from ideas to practice and drive meaningful climate action now.


How can we truly mobilize for the good of people and the planet?

We all have a stake in this conversation.

Join us to learn how to strategize and collaborate for impactful climate action now.



The UN has sounded a “code red” for humanity

Recognizing the urgency for global commitment and cooperation is essential for meaningful social impact. In a webinar hosted by Reos Partners co-founder Joe McCarron, you’ll hear from three organizational leaders who are taking innovative approaches to climate action. Join us to:


Discover methods for successfully driving collaboration, engaging stakeholders, and developing authentic partnerships across sectors.

Learn about innovative business models that can help scale impact.

Find ways to pivot toward progress in uncertain times.


Kathleen McLaughlin, Executive Vice President & Chief Sustainability Officer, Walmart Inc.

Kathleen McLaughlin

Executive Vice President and Chief Sustainability Officer for Walmart Inc. and President of the Walmart Foundation

For more than 15 years, Walmart has been collaborating with others to drive positive impact across global supply chains and has committed to becoming a regenerative company dedicated to placing nature and humanity at the center of their business practices. Kathleen also serves on the boards of the Council on Foundations and World Resources Institute and is a member of The Nature Conservancy’s impact investing division NatureVest.

Jules Kortenhorst, Chief Executive Officer, RMI

Jules Kortenhorst

Chief Executive Officer of RMI

An independent nonprofit founded in 1982, RMI has advanced market-based solutions to tackle the climate crisis by focusing on its main contributor: energy production and use, which represents 70% of global greenhouse gas emissions. Prior to joining RMI, Jules was the founding CEO of the European Climate Foundation, the largest philanthropic organization dedicated to policy development and advocacy on climate change in Europe.

Amar Inamdar, Managing Director, KawiSafi Ventures

Amar Inamdar

Managing Director of KawiSafi Ventures

KawiSafi Ventures is an investment fund designed to inject catalytic capital to scale companies providing clean, affordable, and efficient energy to East Africa’s low-income populations. Prior to leading KawiSafi, Amar managed a global investment portfolio of high-risk, high-impact projects at the International Finance Corporation and the World Bank before joining the new business team at Royal Dutch Shell to drive growth in domestic African energy markets.

Joe McCarron, co-founder of Reos Partners

Joe McCarron

Event Host, Co-founder of Reos Partners and leader of the North American team.

Whether it’s running a short-term project or designing a multi-year initiative, Joe supports groups in the design and co-creation of approaches that deliver meaningful impact. Over the last 15 years, Joe has developed long-term strategic partnerships with governments, civil societies, and the private sector. His current focus areas include: energy and climate change, education, and health. Joe believes strongly in the power of collaboration. He continues to evolve the practice with his team and clients; prototyping solutions, learning from and moving past failures, and developing innovative strategies. Getting groups to move past their differences and discover the impact they can make collectively is what Joe is most passionate about.