Skip to main content Navigation

Sales Strategy

Richline’s Mark Hanna Leads Luxury Market Leaders To Address Jewelry Industry Efforts On Climate Change February 16, 2022 (0 comments)


New York, NY—As governments and scientists around the world race to address climate change and protect the earth and its environment, the impact of these issues and the directives they dictate is felt across industries, including the jewelry and watch sectors.

On February 23, 2022 at 12:30 EST, Initiatives in Art and Culture and Richline Group’s chief marketing officer Mark Hanna will host key luxury jewelry leaders to address the topic in a webinar titled “The Jewelry Industry: Perspectives on the Journey to Net Zero.” It is the second conversation in the series focusing on climate as a dominant issue.

“Informed practices, goals and measurements for climate management are now mandatory for our industry and our future consumers,” says Hanna. 

In addition to Hanna, panelists include Matthew Kilgarriff, director of corporate social responsibility at Richemont; François-Xavier Morvan, sustainability performance senior manager, Kering; Kirsten Hund, head of carbon neutrality, DeBeers; and Lisa Koenigsberg, president of Initiatives in Art and Culture

During the conversation, panelists will tackle the learnings and directives of the Global Climate Conference (COP26) as catalysts for industry climate actions, and discuss how their companies have pursued the journey to measure and arrive at net-zero. Discussion will include specific case studies and methodology and measurement. 

"IAC is honored that this second in the multipart series of webinars offered with Mark Hanna will be informed by the authoritative perspectives of three industry leaders who are optimally suited to discuss important journeys to reach Net Zero. IAC is grateful their unique perspectives about how the precious metals industry can measure and arrive at net-zero. The time for action is now!” says Koenigsberg.

The webinar is open to everyone in the industry. For complimentary registration, click here. To learn more about Initiatives in Art and Culture, visit, call (646) 485-1952, or email 

Share This:

Leave a Comment:

Human Check