Global Environmental Advisor; A.P. Moller - Maersk
Kenneth Poucher is the Global Environmental Advisor for A.P. Moller – Maersk, within Sustainability Strategy and Shared Value Projects.
Kenneth’s position focuses on developing standards, metrices and strategy for decarbonizing logistics; provides specialist advice on environmental management issues within the marine environment; and is developing A.P. Moller – Maersk’s ability to become resilient to risks from climate change.
Kenneth has over 17 years environmental experience – tracing, modelling and management of environmental impacts within UK regulatory bodies and both the energy and shipping sectors in Denmark. Kenneth holds both Professional qualifications of Chartered Environmentalist – CEnv (UK) and a Chartered Waste Manager – CIWM (UK), and educated with an MSc in Environmental Resource Management (DK) and a BSc in Environmental Science (UK).
Kenya Forestry Research Institute - KEFRI - Chamber 5
Meshack has been employed by KEFRI since 1990 and is now a Principal Research Officer charged with problem analysis, project development and management, science writing, formulation of policy briefs, information dissemination, monitoring and evaluation, training, partnerships and networking.
Centre for Empowerment and Development - Chamber 3
Laxman Neupane, is the Manager for the Centre for Empowerment and Development (CED) Nepal based in Bhaisepati, Lalitpur, Nepal. He joined CED Nepal in 2013 working for the Governance, Human Development and Sustainability Program, and promotes sustainable smallholder biofuels in Nepal.
Green Aviation Research and Development Network (GARDN) - Chamber 5
Kateryna is currently completing a Master’s degree in Strategic eco design at Université de Montréal and has experience working with sustainable business strategies in the aviation industry, particularly with the emerging sector of alternative aviation fuels.
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