Emily oversees the organization's global network of leading policy makers, business decision makers, financiers and technology providers to ensure they have the information and support they need to help accelerate the low carbon economy.
She works closely with all global teams to identify and connect the right individuals and organizations to ensure The Climate Group remains a global hub for proactive action to deliver the "clean revolution." working through our core market transformation programs.
Emily has 16 years of experience working with organizations to develop effective strategies for action on sustainability issues. Prior to joining The Climate Group in 2006, she worked as a consultant with ERM and URS supporting businesses within the finance, oil and gas, mining, pharmaceutical and manufacturing sectors. Emily has a master's degree in Environmental and Management Sciences.
While adaptation strategies may seem like admitting defeat, it's essential to pursue them as well as climate change mitigation, speakers said in a Climate Week NYºC 2010 discussion led by the chairman of Swiss Re Americas Holding.
The finance sector appears ready to invest in the global deployment of carbon capture and storage subject to three prerequisites, according to a new report released today by The Climate Group and Ecofin Research Foundation in New York as part of Climate Week.