James Cameron has joined Tulchan as Senior Adviser

James Cameron has joined Tulchan as Senior Adviser


James Cameron, international lawyer, policy adviser and entrepreneur has joined Tulchan as Senior Adviser. James has spent 30 years working on climate change and sustainability from negotiating the UN agreements to founding enterprises like Climate Change Capital, and serving on Boards such as Solar Century, CDP and Ignite Power. He is Chairman of ODI UKs leading development think tank, and start ups Green Running/Verv, GSCM and Engaged Tracking.

James is an advocate with a positive attitude to the challenge that climate change and real sustainability poses for decision makers across society. He had advisory roles to large corporates, investment houses and governments and understand both the necessity and difficulties in making change happen. The technology and public attitude shift is happening at exponential speed and fresh ideas are required. Tulchan can deliver what is required at the right level so that their clients can be both more resilient in the face of threat and risk and more optimistic about the business models and strategies which will succeed now.

Andrew Feldman, Managing Partner at Tulchan Communications commented:
“The Tulchan Partners share a common view with James that more must be done to combat the continuing climate crisis and as a result, we are delighted to welcome James to the firm. His persuasive style, and sharp intellect, have made him hugely influential in the environmental debate and we are certain that he will make a crucial contribution to our clients as boards consider the full spectrum of environmental initiatives available to them.”

James Cameron commented:
“I am so pleased to be joining Tulchan as an adviser and look forward to working with clients on the myriad board issues that relate to the environmental agenda. The climate crisis continues to rise up the public agenda and the challenge for businesses is to clearly demonstrate their commitment to reducing their environmental impact and communicate the steps they are taking to be part of the long-term solution.”