Alan S. Miller is a climate change and global environmental expert with more than 30 years experience. He currently is Principal Climate Change Specialist in the Environment Department at the International Finance Corporation, the private sector lending arm of the World Bank Group, with general responsibility for climate change policy and analysis. Prior to joining the IFC in October 2003 he was Team Leader for Climate Change at the Global Environment Facility (GEF) setting policy for financing clean energy projects in developing countries. He is a widely published author on climate change, energy, and development including a leading environmental law textbook. His degrees are from Cornell University (A.B., Government 1971) and University of Michigan (J.D. and M.P.P. 1974). He was a Fulbright Scholar in Australia (1977) and Japan (1987).
- 05/15/13 Carbon Dioxide Levels Reach Unprecedented Highs: But Catastrophic Climate Change Can Still be Avoided
- 04/23/13 Communicating Climate Risks to Investors: the Next Major Ratings Failure
- 11/05/12 A tribute to John Hoffman, an unsung champion of the global environment
- 05/04/12 A new `Climate Normal' needed
- 03/19/12 Tar sands: The story behind the headlines
- 02/06/12 Crystal gazing with McKinsey on resources for the future
- 11/17/11 Save the chocolate and the planet
- 07/08/11 Time to engage the private sector on climate finance
- 05/03/11 Diet for a low-carbon planet
- 02/15/11 Trillions of dollars at risk for investors from climate change
- 01/21/11 Are buildings an important piece of the climate puzzle?
- 10/19/10 Lessons from the Montreal Protocol for Climate Finance
- 08/12/10 Russian wildfires: No winners from climate change
- 08/03/10 Can Corporations Lead When Governments Don’t?
- 06/02/10 Reflections from Punta del Este: My 15-plus years in the GEF Family
- 12/16/09 Reflections on my final day in Copenhagen
- 12/15/09 Postcard from Copenhagen
- 10/06/09 Getting on a technology pathway to avoid dangerous climate change