Senior Environmental Specialist
Gary Kleiman is a senior environmental specialist at the World Bank Group focused on air quality and climate planning for state and national governments. Gary has worked extensively on issues related to various aspects of regional and global air quality, energy infrastructure and climate policy, and fiscal policies and incentives for achieving low-carbon economic development. While at NESCAUM, Gary directed efforts to develop and incorporate a variety of complementary models into an integrated assessment framework for examining the environmental, economic, and public health consequences of various policy options. He is currently working with the World Bank Climate Policy and Finance Department on efforts to harmonize greenhouse gas emissions accounting practices across the sectors and institutions of the World Bank Group and developing a report on impacts of short-lived climate pollutants (black carbon and methane) on snow and ice regions of the world.
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