Being born and raised in the Galapagos Islands, where sustainability is rooted in our communities and lifestyle, shaped my scope for integrating economics, society, and nature.
Since I studied in mainland Ecuador and later abroad, I realized that harmonizing nature and society should not be limited to fragile ecosystems like Galapagos, but instead it must be incorporated as the backbone of any society.
Today, mindful consumers and citizens demand responsible operations and business models from organizations. Organizations around the globe are measuring and reporting their impact, which identifies risks and game-changing opportunities to thrive upon to growth.
As a result, gender equity, climate justice, food sovereignty, or wellbeing are aspects to address and improve, equally in the Galapagos and worldwide.
For that reason, I studied a Master in Sustainable Business at Griffith University in Australia, grounding the foundations for Plura Consulting. Established in 2019, we are based in Denmark, with members located in five other countries.
Plura means diversity, as we promote diversity of people and of regenerative methodologies. Like living systems, organizations continually improve and evolve, with conscious, empathic, and collaborative leadership being the new value proposition.
Beyond introducing sustainable certifications and the SDGs of the Agenda 2030, our purpose is to reconnect people and organizations within themselves, with others and with nature as part of a system.
By promoting systemic and regenerative thinking, we help your organization understand sustainability not only from the perspective of an opportunity, but also to understand the need to coexist in harmony between human beings, nature, and prosperity.
Daniela Cox, CEO of Plura Consulting
Daniela Cox (13) sharing with her local community, while presenting a public event organized by the Galapagos National Park.
Playa Mann – San Cristobal Island, 2000