Martin is the co-founder and managing partner of SYSTEMIQ, where he focuses on accelerating and shaping the transition towards circular industrial systems.
Prior to founding SYSTEMIQ, Martin worked at McKinsey for 20 years, most recently as Director of the Center for Business and Environment. In 2006, Martin Stuchtey co-founded McKinsey's Sustainability Practice, working with numerous corporate, government and social sector clients on the challenges of climate change, water scarcity, ocean degradation and resource depletion.
Over the last ten years, Martin has been leading a large number of international efforts to accelerate the transition towards more circular industrial systems. Together with Ellen MacArthur, he initiated the Circular Economy Initiative at the World Economic Forum. In addition, he initiated the 2030 Water Resources Group and has been a long-time strategic advisor to the World Economic Forum.
Martin is the author of the book “A Good Disruption – Redefining Growth in the Twenty-first Century” and has provided expertise to numerous reports, articles, books and television broadcasts on the circular economy in general and a new plastic economy in particular.
Martin is a father of six, an organic farmer and an avid alpinist.