Former Special Envoy for Climate Change
Andrew was Special Envoy for Climate Change at the World Bank until June 2012. He is currently the President, World Resources Institute. Before joining the World Bank in 2010, he was Director General, Policy and Research, at the UK Department of International Development (DFID) in London. In earlier years at the Bank he held a number of positions including Country Director for Indonesia and Vietnam, Director of the Environment Department, and Staff Director of the 1992 World Development report on Environment and Development, the Bank’s Flagship report to the Rio Earth Summit. Andrew has three decades of experience working on development issues at the country level in Africa and Asia, and on global development issues. He has a PhD in Economics from the University of Pennsylvania, has written widely on development issues and has taught Economics at several universities.
- 06/29/12 Farewell World Bank. You’re on the Right track. And you have a Big Job Ahead!
- 06/28/12 The wisdom of children...and prophets
- 12/20/11 Les retombées de la Conférence de Durban ? Partie II
- 12/20/11 Les retombées de la Conférence de Durban ? Partie I
- 12/16/11 What Did Durban Deliver: Part 2
- 12/16/11 ¿Cómo se pronunció Durban? Segunda parte
- 12/13/11 What did Durban deliver?
- 12/13/11 ¿Cómo se pronunció Durban?
- 11/27/11 Will Durban deliver?
- 11/27/11 ¿Se pronunciará Durban?
- 06/04/11 The state of the carbon markets is Messy - not Messi
- 03/28/11 Can East Asia do for Green what it’s done for Growth?
- 12/23/10 Cancun’s Christmas Present
- 12/11/10 A world of action in Cancun: Don't listen to your grandma
- 12/03/10 ¿En qué consistiría el éxito de Cancún?
- 12/01/10 What would success look like in Cancun?
- 11/05/10 À la recherche d’un triple dividende pour les agriculteurs, et pour nous tous
- 11/02/10 In search of the triple win for farmers and the rest of us
- 10/12/10 Money matters: In Tianjin, Washington and Addis Ababa
- 09/20/10 The MDGs: What does climate change have to do with it?