The Team

Staff

Sean Kidney
CEO and Co-founder

 

Justine Leigh-Bell
Director of Market Development

 

Manuel Adamini
Investor Outreach &
Partners Programme

 

Bridget Boulle
Head of Market Analysis

 

Beate Sonerud
Policy Analyst

 

Rob Fowler
Head of Certification

 

Darius Nassiry
Director of
Advisory Services

 

Anna Creed
Head of Standards

 

Kajetan Czyż
Project Manager
Climate Aggregation Platform

 

Andrew Whiley
Communications Manager

 

Fernanda Zampieri
Brasil Program & Relationship Manager

 

Claire Berson​
Operations Manager

 

Katie House
Research Analyst

 

Lily Dai
Research Analyst

 

Su-Ching Lee
Research Analyst

 

Diletta Giuliani
Policy Analyst

 

Jonny Wyatt
Communications Support Officer

 

Helen Jackson
Environmental Economics

 

Camille Frandon-Martinez
Research Analyst

 

Aneil Tripathy
Researcher

 

     

Alan Meng
Researcher

 

Kris DiPaola
Consultant

 

     

Associates

Stuart Clenaghan
Senior Fellow

Motoko Aizawa
Senior Fellow

Mark Burrows
Senior Advisor

Mark Fulton
Senior Fellow

Nick Silver
Director and Co-founder

Soren Elbech
Senior Fellow

Mike Clark
Investor Liasion

Kristian Brüning
Consultant

Dr. Alex Rau
Consultant

Louis Perroy
Consultant

 

 

 

Dr. Michael Molitor
Consultant

Michael Paparian
Consultant

 

 

 

 

 

Sean Kidney, CEO and Co-founder

Sean focuses on promoting investment priorities for climate and green bonds, how governments can take advantage of the green bonds market and the development of international collaborations. He also acts as chair of the Climate Bond Standards Board (members represent $34 trillion of assets under management) and convernor of the Green Infrastructure Investment Coalition.

He has provided advice the People's Bank of China and the Chinese Government’s Development Research Centre on how to grow green bonds in China; been a consultant to the European Commission's Directorate-General of Climate Change on mobilizing private capital for climate solutions; and served as a member of the Commonwealth Expert Group on Climate Finance.

He is a member of Mercer’s Sustainability Opportunities Fund Advisory Panel and the Corporate Knights Capital Advisory Council.

An accomplished international speaker, Sean has, over the past year, spoken climate bonds and green bonds at conferences and meetings on six continents. His background is in stakeholder communications, social change strategy and issues marketing.

 

Justine Leigh-Bell, Director of Market Development

Justine has spent much of her career helping business leaders and governments find solutions to the global challenges of climate change and sustainable development. She has provided advisory services for a number of global institutions and governments across Europe, Africa, India, Indonesia and Latin America. Her areas of focus includes sustainable development in emerging economies, climate change mitigation/adaptation strategies, climate finance, economic valuation and market based instruments for managing natural resource assets.

As Director of Market Development at Climate Bonds Initiative, Justine's primary focus is in the emerging markets where she works closely with both public and private sector actors in developing national policy guidelines and roadmaps that will enable access to green bond financing. Currently, she leads Climate Bonds Initiative’s efforts in the Latin American region where market development programs are underway in Brasil, Mexico and Columbia. 

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Beate Sonerud, Policy Analyst

Beate is responsible for undertaking public policy related research projects, as well as contributing to the CBI blog. She has previously worked in Climate Change Research at HSBC, and at the low-carbon consultancy Xyntéo.

Beate has completed an MSc in Environmental Technology at Imperial College London, and holds a first-class BSc in Economics and International Development from the University of Bath. She is a fellow of the Schmidt-MacArthur fellowship on the circular economy, and writes a blog about sustainable business and finance.

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Anna Creed, Standards Manager

Anna is the Standards Manager  Climate Bonds Initiative. A strategy specialist, Anna has significant experience advising on green growth and low carbon development. For the last 8 years, she has worked with companies, Governments and Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) advising on national and international policy development, and mechanisms to engage the private sector in sustainable land use.

Anna began her career in the private sector, where she worked in consultancy and then in industry. This included working as a Strategic Planning Manager in a large FTSE 100 company, developing company strategies based on economic analyses and market modelling.

She holds an MSc in Economics and a BSc in Economics & Philosophy, both from the London School of Economics and has qualified as an accountant with the ACCA.

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Bridget Boulle, Manager - Market and data analytics

Bridget has worked at the Climate Bonds initiative since January 2012 where she has worked on the 2012-2014 State of the Market reports as well as on green bonds market analytics, green securitization and other projects. Bridget is based in Sydney, Australia.

She has been working in sustainable investment for 8 years including at Henderson Global Investors in the SRI team where she was  involved in the identification and analysis of sustainability issues with investment relevance for the SRI funds. Previously, Bridget worked  at PIRC in  London  and at  Kaiser Associates Economic Development Practice in South Africa where she gained experience advising institutional investors on environmental issues and in consulting on economic development projects.

Bridget holds a BSc Environmental Science and BCom Hons  Economics from the University of Cape Town.

 

Kajetan Czyż, Project Manager

Kajetan heads the Climate Aggregation Platform (CAP) and Green Infrastructure Investment Coalition (GIIC) work-streams. Both partnerships focus on overcoming barriers within the investment chain to deploying capital at scales consistent with the National Determined Contributions agreed through the UNFCCC process.

Kajetan has a background in financial risk modelling, index design, corporate and policy engagement and is an expert in the energy sector transition. He brings a decade of financial sector experience, ranging from work with stock exchanges (WSE), index providers (FTSE, S&P), banks (RBS, Triodos) and asset management firms (BMO Global Asset Management). Prior to joining CBI, he headed BMO’s work on climate change, including stakeholder engagement, low-carbon fund design and portfolio risk analysis. He co-authored the Global Investor Statement on Climate Change and represented the European investment industry at the Paris Climate Summit through the Institutional Investors Group on Climate Change (IIGCC) and its 120 members with €14 trillion in assets.

He holds a MSc in International Relations specialising in International Financial Markets at the University of Lodz, and a MSc in Carbon Management at Edinburgh University.

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Claire Berson, Operations Manager

Claire focuses on the day-to-day operational integrity of Climate Bonds Initiative through the development and management of its administrative and records management systems, ensuring that these keep apace with the organisation’s rapid and on going growth.

Her role encompasses responsibility for all aspects of accounts management, HR, office management and board level support, as well as for the planning and management of all of the company’s events.

She brings with her more than 15 years of multi-sector administrative expertise, accrued in the UK and internationally, and a strong record of operations management attainment.

Prior to joining the company, Claire managed the charity Gefiltefest. This included leading the delivery of its flagship annual food festival event for three consecutive years. 

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Katie House, Research & Communications

Katie provides research and communications support within Climate Bonds Initiative, predominantly for the Climate Bonds Standards scheme. 

Katie completed an MSc in Environmental Technology, specialising in Business and Environment, at Imperial College London before joining Climate Bonds Initiative in February 2015. She also holds a BSc in Geography from the University of Bristol, which particularly focussed on climate change and environmental geography.

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Su-Ching Lee, Research Analyst

Su-Ching is a Research Analyst, working specifically on Global Canopy Programme's Unlocking Forest Finance project, where Climate Bonds Initiative is a key partner.

Su-Ching recently completed an MSc in Climate Change Management at Birkbeck University. She is also a CFA® charterholder and has a BA (Hons) in Business Management from the Singapore Management University. 

Su-Ching has over 5 years of experience in the Finance industry. She joined Climate Bonds in April 2015 from Barnett Waddingham where she was a Research Analyst, undertaking investment research for UK defined benefit pension schemes.

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Lily Dai, Research Analyst

Lily undertakes research on Chinese green bond issuance and policies, helps build connections with China and provides support for the Climate Bonds Standards work.

Lily has recently competed an MSc in Carbon Finance at the University of Edinburgh, which focused on climate change and finance. Before joining Climate Bonds Initiative in September 2015, Lily did a consulting project for the UK Green Investment Bank on the lifecycle assessment of renewable energy projects. Lily also holds a BSc in Management (major in accounting, concentrating on ACCA).

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Manuel Adamini, Director, Investor Outreach & Partners Programme

Manuel is an expert in responsible investing. He has a deep understanding of climate change related investment risks and opportunities for institutional investors.

Having served as Head of Responsible Investing at Dutch EUR 55 bln asset manager ACTIAM, Manuel stepped down after seven years. He now supports the company as a Special Advisor for one day per week. While at ACTIAM, Manuel secured CIO approval to commit EUR 1 bln to green / climate bonds. In a very short period of time, Manuel brought his company international market credibility as a major climate bonds buyer and thought leader. He regularly speaks at high profile events, and has issued numerous publications on responsible investing in international and Dutch retail and institutional media.

Earlier in his career, Manuel had worked with Fortis, at the time a major international bank-assurance company. He had initiated and implemented a climate change strategy for carbon neutrality on a global scope, including business opportunities like carbon and green banking. This had led to inclusion in the Carbon Disclosure Project’s Climate Leadership Index.

Manuel is a German citizen living in the Netherlands. He holds an MSc in Economics / International Management from Maastricht University, and has also studied at Université de Montréal in Canada.

 

Rob Fowler, Head of Certification

Rob is part of the advisory team within CBI and has played a major role in the development of Version 2.0 of the Climate Bond Standards.  His role is to work with issuers, verifiers, intermediaries and regulators to accelerate the take-up of the Climate Bonds Certification Scheme and the issuance of certified climate bonds. 

Rob has over twelve years of experience in low-carbon and green investment, and a heritage of top-tier strategy consulting and finance with LEK Consulting, Booz & Company and his own firm. His clients have included major corporations, international banks, the UNFCCC, national and provincial governments, service providers, industry associations and non-profit organisations.

Rob is based in Australia, and during his professional career he has lived and worked in Melbourne, Sydney, Shanghai, Singapore, Abu Dhabi, Boston, Bangkok, East Kalimantan and country Victoria. 

 

Darius Nassiry, Director of Advisory Services

Darius Nassiry leads Climate Bonds Initiative’s engagement with multilateral development banks, development finance institutions and international organizations to advance green and climate bonds investment. He is also a member of the Climate Bonds Initiative Advisory Panel. 

He previously served as advisor to the Director-General and head of intergovernmental relations at the Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI), as part of the team that led GGGI’s transition from a foundation to a treaty-based international organization with 26 member states.

Prior to GGGI, he designed a public-private clean energy fund as an investment manager with the Norwegian Investment Fund for Developing Countries (Norfund) and conducted research on leveraging finance for clean technology innovation for the Center for Global Development.

He served as a Director at the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) where he led teams responsible for developing investment programs and launched MCC’s climate change initiative. He worked for nearly a decade as an investment banker in energy and utilities in New York, London, and Tokyo. He also served as a Foreign Service Officer in Mexico and Kenya.

He holds a Bachelor’s degree from Carleton College and a Master’s degree in economic policy from the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University.

 

Camille Frandon-Martinez, Research Analyst

Camille principally supports research on the annual “State of the Market Report” and monitors the latest developments in the green bond market. She also assists the Advisory team on a number of projects. Her main areas of interest include renewable energy finance and stakeholder engagement.

Prior to joining Climate Bonds Initiative in 2016, Camille worked for an adaptation consultancy, Acclimatise, and the Carbon Disclosure Project. She graduated from the London School of Economics with an MSc in Environmental Policy and Regulation. She spent 3 years in Canada and speaks English, French and Spanish fluently. While not working on green bonds, she is helping CliMates, a student-led think and do thank, in expanding their awareness-raising activities.

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Kris DiPaola, Consultant

Kris supports the CBI team with fundraising, administrative and technology projects.  She has worked in climate finance since 2007, when she helped to build and launch the P8 Group ("Pensions 8") with Environmental Capital Group and the Cambridge Programme for Industry (now the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership.) The P8 programme was distinguished as one of the Prince of Wales's charities under his Business and Environment Programme, and grew to include participation of executives from the world's leading 13 pensions and sovereign wealth funds, who collectively stewarded over $3 trillion.  P8 participants met for a number of summits between 2007 and 2011 to develop actions relating to global issues and particularly climate change.

Kris has worked in online applications development and management since 1995. Prior to working with Environmental Capital Group, she was the Head of Online at WWF International (International Secretariat for the World Wildlife Fund) based in Geneva, Switzerland.  Kris holds a B.A. from UC Berkeley.

 

 

Aneil Tripathy, Researcher

From Brandeis University, Aneil holds a BA in anthropology and an MA in Global Studies, with concentrations in finance and the environment. He is currently a PhD candidate in anthropology. He has training in environmental economics, ethnographic research, and systems thinking. 

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Mark Fulton, Senior Fellow

At Climate Bonds Mark is focusing on green securitization issues. He is head of consulting firm Energy Transition Advisors. He has had 35 years experience in financial markets spanning three continent in London, New York and Sydney. As a recognized economist and market strategist at leading financial institutions including Citigroup, Salomon Bros and County Natwest, he has researched international economies, currencies, fixed income and equity markets. Mark has also held corporate strategy, finance and management roles. His first report on climate change and markets was written in 1991.

Mark was head of research at DB Climate Change Advisors at Deutsche Bank from 2007 to 2012, where he produced thought leadership papers for investors on climate, cleaner energy and sustainability topics and advised investment teams in asset management.

From 2010 to 2012 Mark Co chair of the UNEP Finance Initiative's Climate Change Working Group. In 2011 and 2012 he was part of the technical committee of the UN Secretary General's Sustainable Energy for All initiative.

Mark is also an advisor to the Carbon Tracker Initiative and Senior Fellow at Ceres. He has a BA in Philosophy & Economics from Oxford University.

 

Motoko Aizawa, Senior Fellow

Motoko advises on the development of the Climate Bond Standard. She is an internationally recognized expert on standard setting in the environmental, social and governance dimensions of sustainability. She is the former Head of the Policy and Standards Unit in the Environment and Social Development Department of the International Finance Corporation (IFC), World Bank Group.

Motoko also served as IFC's environmental and social development policy liaison with other World Bank Group institutions, governmental agencies, multilateral and bilateral financial institutions, export credit agencies, and private banks. In that role, she was instrumental in the development of the Equator Principles for international banks, and assisted the Chinese Ministry of Environmental Protection and the China Banking Regulatory Commission in the administration and implementation of the Green Credit Policy.

Today, Motoko is active as Managing Director USA in the Institute for Human Rights and Business, and focuses on the human rights dimensions of corporate activities, including the financial sector.  She is also a Commissioner of the Washington DC Commission on Human Rights.

 

Stuart Clenaghan, Senior Fellow

Stuart's work at Climate Bonds focuses on bonds and forest protection measures. He is also principal at Eco System Services Limited.

Stuart spent 23 years at Lehman Brothers and UBS as a fixed income specialist. He has extensive experience in all aspects of the fixed income markets including origination, trading, and sales. At Lehman he was head of European money markets and medium-term notes, and then head of Eurobond trading. At UBS he co-headed European sales and, from 1998 to 2004, was responsible for fixed income e-commerce. Since leaving UBS,

Stuart has been an early-stage investor in sustainable forestry and environmental enterprises. His investments include the largest planted forest company in Uganda, a forest conservation private equity company, and a sustainable forestry management company in Peru.

Stuart is also a board member of Botanic Gardens Conservation International. He read Natural Sciences at the University of Cambridge and Industrial Sociology and Economics at Imperial College, London.

 

 

Soren Elbech, ​Senior Fellow

Soren Elbech is Treasurer of the Asian Infrastructure Development Bank, based in Beijing. He is the former Treasurer of the Inter-American Development Bank and a former senior Vice President, Global Deal Origination, at Vestas Wind Systems. Before that he was at Norway's Eksportfinans and the Nordic Investment Bank

Soren is an External Observer for UNDP's Investment Committee and also a member of the Board of Directors of the International Center for Research on Women (ICRW). He provides advice to thr Climate Bonds Initiative on issues facing Treasurers.

 

Dr Michael Molitor

Michael is a visiting professor at SciencesPo teaching in the International Energy program. During the two years 2011- 2012 he served as the Principal Advisor, Round Table on Sustainable Development at the OECD based in Paris.  Prior to joining the OECD, Michael spent 12 years in the private sector working as an advisor to BP on the development of the company’s climate change strategy, as the Global Leader of Climate Change Services at PricewaterhouseCoopers, and as the Senior Advisor on Climate Change at McKinsey & Co.  His clients have included Rio Tinto, BP, Toyota, Ford, and GE. He earned his undergraduate degree at the University of Michigan, a Masters Degree at the London School of Economics/Imperial College and a Ph.D. from the University of Cambridge.

 

Kristian Brüning

M.Sc. (Econ.) CEFA. Kristian has 15 years of experience in financial consulting, carbon and clean energy finance and energy technologies. He was one of the original authors of the Voluntary Carbon Standard, the leading global non-compliance verification standard for emission reduction projects. He has worked for McKinsey & Co on the development of their climate change practice; and been Assistant Director at PricewaterhouseCoopers’ Energy Corporate Finance practice in London, where he was co-managing strategy and transaction services for PwC’s global climate change team in the Energy Corporate Finance group. Kristian has co-founded four ventures in the clean energy-carbon market nexus such as, e.g. UpEnergy, a company focused on the distribution of energy efficient household energy solutions and EOS Climate - a pioneering San Francisco-based refrigerant management company leveraging carbon markets to provide life-cycle management of refrigerants.

 

Dr Alex Rau

Alex has a decade of experience in carbon finance, emissions trading, and environmental commodities. He was previously part of the Climate Change Services team in PwC's Energy Corporate Finance practice in London, developing and structuring portfolios of carbon assets during the early stages of the Clean Development Mechanism market as well as designing Kyoto response strategies for multinational corporations. Alex has worked with numerous clients such as McKinsey & Company, Electricite de France and the California Public Employees Retirement System (CalPERS) on carbon-related issues. He also co-authored the original version of the Voluntary Carbon Standard, the most widely accepted trading standard for non-Kyoto carbon assets, and has published in journals ranging from Science to the Harvard Business Review. Alex has a Ph.D. in physics from Oxford University, a B.A. from Cornell University, and is a CFA charter holder.

 

Louis Perroy

Louis represents the Climate Bond Initiative in South East Asia.

He has worked in the climate change field since 2000 and in the financial services industry as an actuary for over 15 years, including as a partner for Deloitte. After being based in Hong Kong, heading Deloitte’s actuarial financial services practice in Asia, Louis worked in Deloitte’s renewable energy team in Australia and subsequently headed their environmental team in Paris. He then worked with EcoSecurities and Climate Change Capital in London and Paris for 4 years. Subsequently he participated in the establishment of a China/Asia private equity environmental fund in Hong Kong and Shanghai.

Following 3 years in Brussels representing EcoSecurities Consulting he is now based in Singapore where he oversees the Asian activities of Climatekos. Louis holds an MSc in Environmental Technology from Imperial College (London) and is a qualified actuary in France and the UK. Louis speaks fluent French and English and conversational Mandarin. Louis is a Senior Partner and acts as Chief Financial Officer of Climatekos.

 

Mike Clark 

Mike is Founder Director of Ario Advisory, a firm offering responsible investment advisory services to asset owners, executives, policymakers and others. He represents the UK actuarial profession on the global Advisory Council of the Smith School’s Sustainable Finance Programme at the University of Oxford. He has taught on their executive education courses, and has affiliations with a number of sustainable/responsible investment initiatives. Mike is particularly interested in how the financial sector can best support the real economy and wealth creation.

Mike promotes the Climate Bonds Initiative to widen its network among asset owners and investment managers as the momentum around green bond issuance spreads from issuers and pioneering investors to the wider investor community.

 

Helen Jackson, Freelance Environmental Economics Consultant, Cross-cutting 

Helen is a freelance environmental economics consultant supporting the Climate Bonds Initiative on researching and formulating their Standards across the whole taxonomy. She has a strong track record of delivering technically demanding research outputs in climate change and energy economics to government, multilateral institutions and global companies. She was formerly a Senior Economist at Vivid Economics, one of the world's foremost consultancies in climate change economics, and has an ongoing working relationship with them. She has contributed to research in this field for, among others, UNEP FI, the IMO, the UK Department for International Development, a major Asian government, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, the African Development Bank, the Emerging Markets Forum and Mercer. She also has substantial experience in other environmental policy areas including market-based instruments, water, fisheries and ecosystem services. Helen has a Masters degree in Environmental and Resource Economics from University College London. http://www.helenjacksonanalytic.co.uk 

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Michael Paparian

Michael has over 35 years of experience in environmental finance and environmental policy. He currently consults on environmental finance issues. Michael has held a variety of positions inside and outside state government, including California Deputy State Treasurer, Executive Director of the California Pollution Control Financing Authority, Special Consultant to the California Environmental Protection Agency, Board Member of the California Integrated Waste Management Board and Sierra Club California State Director. At the Treasurer’s office, he developed enhanced small business financing assistance, improved environmental bond financing and implemented environmental grant programs. He serves on the Board of the InterEnvironment Institute and is a member of the IUCN World Commission on Protected Areas. Michael has a graduate degree in Environmental Planning and undergraduate degrees in Biology and Psychology.

 

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Climate Bonds Standard Technical Working Groups Experts:

Tanja Havemann, Lead Expert, Agriculture & Forestry Technical (AFOLU) Working Group

Tanja is the lead expert of the Agriculture & Forestry Technical (AFOLU) Working Group developing eligibility criteria for ALOFU related  assets and projects that can be used to back Climate Bonds.

With over a decade of experience in the environmental finance sector, Tanja has worked with companies, Governmental, Non Governmental Organisations (NGOs) on investments, research, strategy development and advisory. Tanja established Clarmondial (previously BeyondCarbon) in Zurich in May 2010 to facilitate investments linked to improved natural resource use efficiency, including payments for environmental services (e.g. carbon finance), climate smart agriculture, renewable energy, and sustainable forestry. Tanja previously worked for Climate Change Capital (UK), and has carried out work for organisations including the UN Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO), GIZ and BAPPENAS, the Indonesian Ministry responsible for planning, the East African Community (EAC) and the World Economic Forum (WEF).Tanja has an LLM in Environmental Law and Policy from University of Kent, and an MSc in Applied Environmental Economics (Imperial College London) and a BSc (Hons) in Tropical Environmental Science from University of Aberdeen.

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John H. Matthews, Lead Expert, Water Infrastructure Technical (AFOLU) Working Group

John H. Matthews is the Secretariat Coordinator for the Alliance for Global Water Adaptation (AGWA), which is hosted by the Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI) and the World Bank. His work integrates climate change adaptation policy and science into practical implementation for sustainable resource management, infrastructure operations, and economic development. John has worked on five continents and some 20 countries.

Current projects include coordinating the technical team for creating standards for water projects that are financed as so-called "green" or climate bonds, and acting as the lead editor for a 12-author publication designed to support the mainstreaming of climate adaptation into water management and planning due to publish in late 2015. He has authored or co-authored recent books, papers, and reports on decision-making frameworks for adapting water infrastructure and ecosystems to climate impacts, resilient approaches to environmental flows, integrating ecological and engineering approaches to robust water management, and using new economic tools to support long-term sustainable planning. He has an ongoing research program funded by the US Geological Survey, as well as a US NSF grant to merge ecological and engineering approaches to water management. He is a Water Fellow at Colorado State University. Previously, John directed the global WWF freshwater climate adaptation program for four years and the Freshwater Climate Change program at Conservation International for four years. He has PhD in ecology from the University of Texas. He lives in Corvallis, Oregon, where he enjoys trail running, timber framing, and finding wild mushrooms.

 

Gary Hoffman, Lead Expert, Low Carbon Transport Technical (AFOLU) Working Group

Gary is a transportation expert serving on the Climate Bonds Low Carbon Transport Committee, advising on the development of criteria for transportation-related climate bonds.  His background is in the operation of transportation systems and the delivery of major transportation infrastructure programs and projects.  He was the Director of Planning and Operations on the West Coast Route Modernisation (U.K.) and the National Recovery Program for Network Rail (U.K.), in addition to serving as the Chief Engineer for the New York City Transit system during its major reconstruction program in the 1980s.  As a consultant with Parsons Brinckerhoff, he delivered strategic planning efforts for Amtrak (U.S.A.) and the freight rail system in Thailand.

As an independent consultant Gary now supports various efforts, which includes the Climate Bond Initiative and recently the development of standards for urban transport by the China Academy of Transportation Sciences.

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