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Biographies of famous people-Sandrine Dixson-Decleve

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Sandrine Dixson-Decleve, Co-Chair of the Club of Rome. She has over 30 years of European and international policy, business leadership and strategy experience, with a special focus on EU and international climate change, sustainable development, green growth, conventional and sustainable energy solutions, and sustainable finance.


She currently leads the Club of Rome, one of the world's leading think tanks. As co-chair of the think tank, she lectures, facilitates dialogue and consults extensively around the world. She holds several advisory positions at the European Commission: Chair of the Expert Group on Economic and Social Impacts of Research and Innovation (ESIR); member of the Conference on Research and Innovation (DGR&I); Chair of the TEG Taxonomy of Sustainable Finance Manufacturing and Diffusion (DGFISMA). She serves on various advisory boards for Climate KIC, Alcoa Europe and IEEP, is a senior associate and faculty member at the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL), and a senior research fellow at E3G. In addition, she is an ambassador for the Energy Transition Council (ETC) and a senior advisor to Interel and Xynteo. in 2017, Sandrine co-founded the Women for Change Agents Network (WECAN).
Sandrine was named by GreenBiz as one of the "30 Most Influential Women in the World" who are driving change in the low-carbon economy and advancing green business. Her career has brought together business leaders, policy makers, academics and NGOs. Until recently, Sandrine was the Chief Partnership Officer for the UN agency Sustainable Energy for All, and prior to that was the Director of the Prince of Wales Business Leaders Group and the EU Office of the Cambridge Institute for Sustainable Leadership (2009-2016). During this period she was also appointed Executive Director of the Green Growth Platform, which brings together EU ministers and chief executives.
Previous advisory and professional positions include: for the Prince of Wales, Member of the European Parliament, President of the European Commission, officials of governments in Asia, Africa and the Middle East, international organizations (OPEC, ADB, OECD, UNEP, USAID, UNFCCC), the International Energy Agency (IEA) and business leaders of large international, European and African companies. Sandrine served as Vice Chair of the European Biofuels Technology Platform 2008-2016; on the Board of Directors of We Mean Business from 2014-2016, and on the Board Advisory Committee of oil and gas major Sasol from 2007-2010. Member of the Sustainable Business Advisory Board of The Guardian. She has spoken at TEDx's The Sustainable Future series; in addition, she has published numerous articles, written book chapters, and spoken on green growth and competitiveness, innovation, energy solutions, climate change, sustainability, transportation, conventional and alternative fuel quality legislation, and trade and the environment.
On July 26, 2021, at the recommendation of the China Foundation for Biodiversity Conservation and Green Development, Sandrine Dickson Deklef was invited to participate in the 23rd Annual Conference of the Chinese Association for Science and Technology (CAST) - World Forum on the Development and Governance of Scientific and Technological Societies, and gave a keynote speech on "International Science and Technology Governance She gave a speech on the keynote report of "International Science and Technology Governance".


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