Jeannie Renne-Malone is currently the Vice President of Sustainability at Prologis. She is focused on promoting environmental stewardship throughout Prologis and promotes Prologis' environmental stewardship and sustainability efforts to external audiences.
Jeannie Renne-Malone is currently the Vice President of Sustainability at Prologis. She is focused on promoting environmental stewardship throughout Prologis and promotes Prologis' environmental stewardship and sustainability efforts to external audiences. She is an experienced program manager with extensive background in sustainability visioning and planning, greenhouse gas (GHG) accounting and management, climate change policy and renewable energy program development and direction. Renne-Malone has presented at numerous national conferences focused on reducing GHG emissions in the solid waste, water, transportation and energy sectors. She has also organized several high-level climate change policy meetings throughout the world to promote the exchange of experiences and tools to assess the benefits of emission reduction strategies on health, the economy and the environment. Prior to joining Prologis, she directed HDR’s GHG Management Program and was a member of HDR’s Office of Sustainability. Her project focus was in developing GHG inventories and sustainability baselines, GHG management plans and sustainability plans for public and private sector clients; including advising clients on policies, projects and technologies that reduce GHG emissions and meet other sustainability goals, and identifying alternative financing to implement projects. She has worked with several public and private sector clients in developing sustainability and climate action plans. She also led the effort to update HDR’s annual corporate carbon footprint, and identify strategies to reduce emissions to meet HDR’s emission reduction target. Prior to HDR, she managed the Latin America program for the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, focused on renewable energy project implementation, ESCO market development, and climate change policy issues.