UN Climate Change Chief Yvo De Boer Heads to KPMG

Yvo De Boer, a leading authority on climate change and sustainability, is leaving his international role with the United Nations to join KPMG.

De Boer, executive secretary of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (‘UNFCCC’) – who facilitated the recent climate summit in Copenhagen – will have an international role working with KPMG member firms in advising business, governments and other organizations on sustainability issues.

“Concerns over energy prices, energy security and climate change are driving a new agenda for sustainable economic growth, ” said DeBoer.

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