The Galápagos Islands are famous for being the inspiration of Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution. These days, legal mechanisms protecting the ecosystems surrounding the islands themselves are also evolving. Keep reading
Deepti Bansal Gage
Beveridge & DiamondContributor
Deepti is an environmental associate at Beveridge and Diamond, P.C. where she serves as the deputy co-chair of the Sustainability and ESG practice group. Deepti's practice focuses on international environmental law, sustainability, product stewardship, green marketing, due diligence and reporting requirements, and the circular economy. Deepti has led numerous negotiations for carbon offset procurement from project identification to end purchase and retirement of verified emissions reductions. She has also led negotiations for over a dozen clean energy infrastructure projects across North America. Deepti has past experience in the non-profit space working with The Nature Conservancy and the Environmental Law Institute focusing on the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)/ the Paris Agreement.
Deepti is a Planet Forward Alumnus and traveled with Planet Forward to the Galapagos Islands in 2022 as a 2020 Storyfest Winner and former Planet Forward Senior Correspondent. Deepti was also featured as a speaker in the 2021 Adobe MAX conference alongside Frank Senso for her storytelling work with Planet Forward. Deepti uses the skills gained from Planet Forward to advocate for a more circular economy in her international practice to improve outcomes for the environment, ecosystems, biodiversity, and the climate.
Deepti has been recognized as an Emerging Leader in the environmental space through the Environmental Law Institute and has served as a speaker for a number of events.
Deepti earned a J.D. from the George Washington University Law School and a B.S. in business economics from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University Bloomington as a Wells Scholar.