Originally published on Renewable Cities.
Our latest update includes an incredible range of speakers and session leaders for the Global Learning Forum:
Sean Kidney, Founder and CEO, Climate Bonds Initiative: is a world-leading expert on green bonds, pension fund advisor, and works with the EU and China on sustainable finance
Merran Smith, Executive Director, Clean Energy Canada: leads a national organization that advocates for clean energy solutions and policy
Bertram Fleck, Former Chief Administrative Officer, German Rhine-Hunsrueck District Authority: helped move a German district to produce 220% of its electricity demand from renewable energy
Krista Milne, Manager of Sustainability, City of Melbourne: has worked for every level of government and leads Melbourne’s renewables and energy efficiency programs
Simon Wyke, Principal Policy and Programme Officer (Energy and Waste), Greater London Authority: leads energy and climate mitigation initiatives in Greater London, UK
Katie Walsh, Manager, CDP Cities: oversees CDP’s city work in North America and has worked with the City of Philadelphia Mayor’s Office of Sustainability, the Energy Foundation in Beijing, the U.S. Department of Energy, and the Chinese Flagship National Security Program at San Francisco State University
Svend Andersen, CEO, GHG Accounting Services: is an international business executive with decades of experience working on emissions mitigation with local government, corporations, and non-profits
Deborah Harford, Executive Director, SFU’s Adaptation to Climate Change Team (ACT): is a nationally recognized leader on climate change adaptation
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